Support the Daphne Jackson Trust in 2015

12 January 2015 | News news

We rely on the generosity of sponsors and donors to support STEM professionals wishing to return to their careers with a Daphne Jackson fellowship. We also depend on a wide range of experts who make invaluable contributions to the Trust’s governance and to our awards process. If you could contribute to our work, please do get in touch.

We are currently expanding the membership of our Awards Assessment Panel. Members of the panel review applications and make awards four times per year. If you have experience of writing and/or reviewing grant applications in any area of STEM research, and would like to be considered for this role, please email djmft@surrey.ac.uk. Training will be provided.

For details of other ways you can support our work, click here, or donate here.

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