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2019 VISITING FELLOWSHIP WITH THE BENNETT INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY

last modified Mar 12, 2019 07:54 PM
The Bennett Institute is recruiting for Visiting Fellow from within the University for the academic year 2019/20.

The Fellowship is to support scholars, from within the University of Cambridge, who are seeking to develop the public policy dimensions of their research, and who wish to explore ways of promoting their findings in the policy world. The Fellowship allows individuals to reflect more deeply upon public policy aspects of their work, and provides opportunities for meaningful engagement with policy-makers and a chance to explore the potential of their research to achieve a wider impact.

Applicants should possess a PhD and hold an academic position at the University.

For full details and how to apply, please see the attached advert.

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