The School of History and Geography at Dublin City University is offering funded PhD studentships. We are open to candidates interested in the history of science, technology or medicine or environmental history. The full advertisement is found here
Dublin City University – School of History and Geography
Funding available for UK Students, EU Students, International Students
Outstanding PhD candidates will be offered a fee waiver and a tax-free scholarship of €15,000 per annum for four years. We invite applicants for PhD research in any area of Irish History, Environmental History, History of Science and Medicine, Modern European History (particularly the history of Eastern Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries); and Irish urban or rural historical Geography, Irish geomorphology, Irish water resources, remote sensing geopolitics
Closes 24th July 2017
For more information click here
The purpose of the Science Foundation Ireland Call is to support projects that encourage people of all ages and from all walks of life to be informed, inspired and involved in STEM.
Applications must clearly outline how the project will address Science Foundation Ireland’s goal to have an engaged and scientifically informed public in Ireland. An engaged public feels confident to:
- understand the role of STEM in our lives
- can judge between competing STEM arguments / engage in informed debate on STEM issues
- encourage young people to study and work in STEM
- feels engaged with STEM research
Projects should address this by showing how they:
- promote and support STEM education
- promote STEM career pathways
- increase the general public’s engagement with STEM and its importance in society
Click here for further information and application details.
Closing Date for Receipt of Applications: 13.00 hours (Irish time) on Friday, 23 June 2017
The Edward Worth Library, Dublin, is offering two research fellowships (duration one month each), to be held in 2017, to encourage research relevant to its collections.
The collection is particularly strong in three areas: early modern medicine, early modern history of science and, given that Worth was a connoisseur book collector interested in fine bindings and rare printing, the History of the Book. Research does not, however, have to be restricted to these three key areas.
The closing date is Monday 3 April 2017.
March 1st deadline for next round of SIS grants.
The Scientific Instrument Society awards small research grants up to £500. The grants are intended to support new research into the history of scientific instruments based on archival materials and/or museum collections. Grants may be used to cover any reasonable costs of research including travel and photography.