Clare Hall, a graduate college at the University of Cambridge founded in 1966, has released details of three Research Fellowship opportunities this week, tenable from October 2023. Applications close on 21 November 2022 for each fellowship.
Find outline information below, and full details via https://www.clarehall.cam.ac.uk/rf/
The Cambridge Philosophical Society Henslow Fellowship at Clare Hall
Clare Hall is pleased to announce that it has been selected as a host college for a three-year Cambridge Philosophical Society Henslow Fellowship for 2023. This fellowship is sponsored by Cambridge’s oldest scientific society, the Philosophical Society. The selected candidate will become a stipendiary Research Fellow of Clare Hall, one of the two University of Cambridge postgraduate-only colleges.
The subject of research associated with the Fellowship should be within the scope of the purposes of the Society, which in this case are within the fields of Natural Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science and Clinical Sciences. The aims of the Philosophical Society are ‘to promote research in all branches of science and to encourage the communication of the results of scientific research.’ To read case studies of previous Henslow Fellows, please click here.
Clare Hall Research Fellowship Competition in the Sciences
The College proposes to elect up to four non-stipendiary Research Fellows in the Sciences for a period of three years, tenable from 1 October 2023. Research Fellowships are primarily intended to provide opportunities for scholars at an early stage of their academic careers with up to 5 years post-doctoral research in any area of the Sciences, to establish and pursue their research in a supportive academic environment.
Clare Hall Research Fellowship Competition in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
The College proposes to elect up to four non-stipendiary Research Fellows in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for a period of three years, tenable from 1 October 2023.
Research Fellowships are primarily intended to provide opportunities for scholars at an early stage of their academic careers with up to 5 years post-doctoral research in any area of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, to establish and pursue their research in a supportive academic environment.
About Clare Hall
With about twenty each of Official Fellows and Research Fellows, fifteen Professorial Fellows, forty Visiting Fellows, Clare Hall is also home to some two hundred Graduate Students each academic year. The President, Professorial Fellows, Official Fellows and Research Fellows comprise the Governing Body. Members and their families are welcome participants in the social life of the College, which is informal. There is some accommodation available on a charged rental basis for single persons, couples and families in the College. All Fellows qualify for an allowance of free meals.
Discover more about Clare Hall here: https://www.clarehall.cam.ac.uk/about/ – and find our President’s welcome message here: https://www.clarehall.cam.ac.uk/welcome/