21st CENTURY LEADERS FELLOWSHIP (2022)
The 21st Century Leaders Fellowship is a new program that provides early-career preservation professionals with a comprehensive understanding of historic preservation policy formulation and implementation at the national level. A primary program goal is to promote diversity in the historic preservation leadership. Through an immersive hands-on experience, Fellows interact with policy-makers in the governmental and private sectors, both non-profit and for-profit. Under the guidance of senior ACHP officials, Fellows explore how national preservation policies and programs are created and carried out, develop new networks within a dynamic professional environment, and acquire skills to prepare the Fellow for a leadership role in historic preservation. Fellows can address issues that may include climate change adaptation, Native American affairs, infrastructure, housing policy, regulatory systems, and more.
Fellows will spend six to nine months on-site in Washington, DC. They will participate in policy development activities including research, writing, strategy, partnership cultivation, and legislative monitoring as well as meetings, informal gatherings, and field trips. The ACHP Foundation provides a stipend of up to $40,000 depending on the length of the Fellowship. Applications for the initial Fellowship commencing in January 2023 can be found below. The deadline for applying is September 15.
AL FOZAN INTERNATIONAL PRIZE for YOUNG SCIENTISTS
Concerning the call for applications for the UNESCO–Al Fozan International Prize for the Promotion of Young Scientists in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Five laureates will be selected, each receiving $50,000 as the prize to help launch their careers.
The deadline for submission of nominations: 15 November, 2022.
The application process takes place online via the following link: https://apply.unescoalfozanprize.org/login
The Exhibition that UNESCO through the Division for Gender Equality and the Sciences Sector has launched is Creative Resilience – Art by Women in Science. The objective of the exhibition is to showcase the artistic works by women of science, on the reaction to and fight against the pandemic of Covid-19. Under the theme Transformation, the artworks will capture both pain and hope and will provide a new reading of societies that are slowly emerging from the pandemic.
The Call for application is open for all women in science, from 9 July to 9 August, and the Exhibition will take place on the occasion of the 41st Session of the General Conference.
We would be grateful if you could ensure broad dissemination of the call for applications.
For more information, please click here. A social media pack will be available via the same link.