An annual call for Marie Jahoda Visiting Fellowships will enable researchers and practitioners to spend a period of up to three months at Sussex, Leeds or selected partner organisations (Pew Research, Eurofound, the ILO, or Monash), Advisory Board organisations, the Low Pay Commission (London) , UK government departments, or other relevant organisations.
Doctoral candidates, Early Career Researchers, Mid-career academics and non-academic professionals will be expected to use these Marie Jahoda Visiting Fellowships to enable the coproduction of impactful research around the key research questions of the centre.
There will be an annual call for applications in April each year with the take up of awards expected from June onwards
The aim of these fellowships is to support the tradition of Marie Jahoda’s research, connect with and expand on the core research questions of the Digital Futures at Work Research Centre.
To enable a diverse pool of applicants these applicants who would like to take these up on a flexible/ part-time working arrangement are also encouraged to apply.
Outputs from these Fellowships could include a Digit Policy Brief, a Digit academic working paper, or a Digit event, for example.
The Marie Jahoda Annual Lecture is hosted by SPRU.