The Bartlett Visiting Research Fellows is a programme to host four visiting post-doctoral researchers for three months at The Bartlett – leading scholars and practitioners who will collaborate with Bartlett staff on subjects related to the chosen theme for that year. Each subject will aim to bring together expertise from at least two of The Bartlett’s eight schools and sections.
The purpose is for these fellows to conduct research and collaborate with Bartlett Faculty staff on subjects that are related to that year's chosen research theme.
While here at UCL, The Bartlett Visiting Research Fellows will be mentored by relevant staff from at least two Research Groups across the Faculty who are identified in the applicant’s proposal. The Fellows will also be invited to participate in wider Faculty research activities and to present their research-work-in-progress at one of our regular Bartlett Research Exchange events.
We will select The Bartlett Visiting Research Fellows based on the quality of their research work to date, their future potential as scholars or practitioners, the innovativeness of the cross-disciplinary research project they propose to carry out during their fellowship period, and the relevance of the subject matter to our chosen theme of Intercultural Interaction.
The scheme has now closed for 2016 and will not run in 2017. Details of future schemes will be made available in due course. If you have any questions, contact Ella Sivyer (firstname.lastname@example.org).