New Annual Review available – Changing Landscapes and a vision for 2020

17 September 2020 | News, Annual Review news

2019 proved to be a fantastic year in terms of achieving the Trust’s mission and raising our profile.

You can now find out about our impact, see where Fellows are based and the disciplines that were funded in 2019. Also, we highlight how we plan to meet the challenges of 2020 and move forwards amidst these uncertain and unprecedented times.

Designed by AVE Design, the Review includes features on our 2019 conference; current and former Fellows’ stories; our vision for 2020 and new info-graphics!

You can download a copy here.

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