New Annual Review 2018-2019 available – Leading into the future

08 May 2019 | News, Annual Review news
Daphne Jackson Trust Chief Executive Dr Katie Perry

2018 was another very busy, successful and fulfilling year for the Daphne Jackson Trust.

Find out why we are the UK’s leading organising returning researchers and scientists to STEM careers, exactly what we do and the wide range of organisations we collaborate with to run our Fellowships in our new Annual Review.

Designed by brand and graphic design studio, AVE Design, who specialise in the charity sector, the Review includes features on our policy, impact and engagement work; Fellows’ stories; Fellows in Post; Sponsors, Hosts and Supporters, and our plans for 2019.

The publication offers a review of 2018 and looks forward to another exciting year in 2019.

Thank you to the University of Surrey and the Royal Society of Chemistry who have given funds directly to support and facilitate the production of this Annual Review.

You can download a copy here. If you would like a printed copy, please contact the Trust’s office on 01483 689166 or email DJMFT@surrey.ac.uk

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