WRoCAH CDA student Jade French reports on important conference held at the British Museum: “What’s it Worth? The Value and Potential of the Collaborative Doctoral Award”, looking at the past and future of the AHRC’s Collaborative Doctoral Awards scheme.
A one-day event bringing together academic, partnership development staff and doctoral researchers from the White Rose Universities, with senior representatives from creative and performing arts organisations, supporting agencies and other interested bodies in the region to explore the benefits of research partnerships to cultural and research organisations.
We’re delighted that WRoCAH students Fiona Keenan and Elizabeth Spencer took second and third place in the University of York Humanities Research Centre poster competition.
Read the latest WRoCAH Newsletter which has details of the four new White Rose Networks, AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Awards and profiles of three of our new doctoral researchers. Newsletter Vol.3 Spring 2015.
WRoCAH is delighted to have awarded funding to two new research networks that will recruit 3 doctoral research students each for start in October 2015. Click here for information on how to apply for these studentships Expressive nonverbal communication in ensemble performance Research into music performance has always relied on and benefited from technical innovations….