The Young ARts Network (YARN) is looking for new members!
In order to further strengthen the function of the Faculty of Arts as a breeding ground for talent, a year ago the Faculty Board decided to set up a body for (and by) early career scientists: YARN. YARN consists of at least 8 members, including the faculty members of the University’s Young Academy Groningen (YAG): Nanna Haug Hilton, Merel Keijzer, Joost Keizer, Saskia Peels, Bettina Reitz-Joosse and Martijn Wieling. We are looking for several new members who are interested in organizing faculty-wide events, learning more about the other disciplines in this faculty and want to think about research and education policy in our faculty.
What does the Young Arts Network do?
YARN brings together enthusiastic, ambitious and talented junior (early career) scientific staff to:
The members of YARN undertake, among other things, the following activities:
Who can apply?
The YARN is looking for members who meet the following conditions and criteria:
The aim is to achieve a balanced distribution of expertise (research, teaching, etc.) within the YARN. Also, the representation of various disciplines based on the differences between the three faculty research institutes (GIA, CLCG and ICOG) is taken into account: the aim is that each institute is represented by at least two members. The YARN membership appointment is for two years.
How can I apply?
Interested candidates are asked to submit two documents:
Please note that your application will be reviewed by a committee of YARN members. Applications can be submitted by e-mail to Frank Harbers:email@example.com
Deadline for submission: Friday, June 21.
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