Humanities academic enrichment update for UoM Staff – WP Fellow recruitment

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Humanities Academic Enrichment Update for UoM Staff – WP Fellow recruitment 

Dear colleagues,

Just a quick reminder that the deadline for applying to be a WP fellow is Monday 19th August – please circulate this to any interested non-final year PhD students.

Please market this opportunity to any relevant networks or groups in your area, or directly to  any students who you think would be suitable for the role (they must not be in their final year of study in 2019/20 but could be progressing to their first year of a PhD in September).

Any questions about the role can be directed to the relevant Academic Enrichment Officer:

Best wishes,

Rachel Bailey (SRWP Manager – Pre-16 and Academic Enrichment)


Are you passionate about your subject area?

Would you like the opportunity to work with local school children?

…then the Widening Participation Fellow programme might be for you!

The Student Recruitment and Widening Participation Team is recruiting non-final year PhD students for the position of Widening Participation Fellows this summer. These positions support the University’s widening participation activities with a range of learners from primary through to sixth formers. There are a number of posts available in each Faculty plus a new role which will look at Public Engagement on clean air for young people .

You can learn more about our Widening Participation work by visiting our webpages and view our annual report from last year. You can find out more information about the WP Fellow positions here. Please note these positions are open to PhD students who won’t be in their final year from September 2019. Students who will be 1st Years in their PhDs in September are able to apply.

Complete the application form online here (deadline – Monday August 19th)

For further information and enquiries, please contact the relevant Faculty Officer below:

Best wishes,

Emma Lewis-Kalubowila, Emma Britain and Roz Webster.


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