Notifications of Prizes, Grants and Funding

  • Thursday 11 December 2014
  • NO. 5081
  • VOL. 145

Please refer to the website, or contact the email address shown, for further details of the awards below.

Students of the University should refer to the Student Funding website for advice on fees and funding at www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding.

Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship/Althea Foundation: Robert Davies Commemorative Essay Award

Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship (Saïd Business School) and the Althea Foundation; Robert Davies Commemorative Essay Award; for an essay on the subject 'Describe how "the internet of everything" can enhance large scale transformational change around corporate responsibility and economic opportunity'; open to currently enrolled students at the University, or faculty holding a position in a department and/or college at the University (including institutes and centres); £15,000; 30 January; skollcentre@sbs.ox.ac.uk

TORCH: Women and the Humanities Graduate Conference Award

TORCH; Women and the Humanities Graduate Conference Award; for a graduate-led conference on the study of women, broadly defined (interdisciplinary proposals particularly welcome); applications should be from a team of at least two current graduate students registered at Oxford University for full- or part-time study within the Humanities Division; up to £2,000; noon, 23 January; www.torch.ox.ac.uk/women-humanities-graduate-conference-award

TORCH: Women and the Humanities Research Grant

TORCH; Women and the Humanities Research Grant; to assist scholars in undertaking or writing up research in the area of women’s studies, broadly defined; open to holders of academic posts at Oxford University, including Junior Research Fellows and other postdoctoral scholars within the Humanities Division; up to £3,000; noon, 23 January; www.torch.ox.ac.uk/women-humanities-research-grant

TORCH: Women and the Humanities Teaching Award

TORCH; Women and the Humanities Teaching Award; to enable scholars to develop the study and teaching of women’s studies, broadly defined; open to holders of permanent academic posts in Oxford University’s Humanities Division; up to £3,000; noon, 23 January; www.torch.ox.ac.uk/women-humanities-teaching-award