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From the archive: Sound advice

       

Support from a diverse advisory group helped steer an interdisciplinary AHRC bid to success

Rounding out this week’s triple bill of articles on projects and funding schemes at the interface of humanities or social science research and environmental science, we revisit this discussion from November 2020 with Nicola Walshe, head of the school of education and social care at Anglia Ruskin University.

Walshe reflects on her eco-capabilities project, which researches creative educational activities in nature. The project won her an Early Career Research Grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council in 2019 and she attributes much of its success to the sound advice of the advisory group she set up to support the project.

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