U Loughborough job ad: Research Fellowships

University of Loughborough
Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships

Our researchers are renowned for the quality and relevance of their work, driven by the need to address real-life issues. They contribute at the very highest levels to new knowledge and understanding, helping business and industry to compete more effectively, shaping public policy and, ultimately, improving the quality of people’s lives. Now we are looking for the brightest stars to become Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellows. You’ll be creative and passionate about your research, with a clear vision of how it could make a difference to the world – and the ambition to make it happen. With a growing international reputation for the quality of your work, developed through your post-doctoral experience, you will become a research leader of the future. With us you’ll achieve that potential in a supportive, collaborative and family-friendly research environment. If you’re interested in applying, you must have a completed PhD and be able to show how your research is affiliated to one of Loughborough’s Schools.

Closing date for applications: 11 March 2016

Job description
These Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships are a critical part of our investment in research excellence and are designed to support early-career individuals who are developing an international reputation for the quality of their research. Each Fellowship will significantly enhance the research capability of the University in the area(s) proposed by the Fellow and agreed with the hosting School.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

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