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Prof Jack Stilgoe and Dr Melanie Smallman amongst new Turing Fellows for 2021/22

6 October 2021

STS is delighted that the Alan Turing Institute has appointed Prof Jack Stilgoe and Dr Melanie Smallman as Fellows for 2021/22.


STS is delighted that Prof Jack Stilgoe and Dr Melanie Smallman are amongst the 36 UCL researchers appointed as Fellows of the Alan Turing Institute for the current academic year, joining a cohort of more than 400 Fellows. The fellowships start on 1 October and last for 12 months.

This announcement follows a call earlier in the year by the Turing for new Fellows, Jack and Melanie were recruited along with 34 other UCL Researchers from the Institute's 13 university partners. 

Turing Fellowships are not the only way that researchers can work with the Alan Turing Institute. The Turing website and mailing list regularly feature research opportunities, whilst the Get Involved pages on the Institute's website also share activities open to UCL researchers.

Anyone interested in receiving alerts about opportunities relevant to them can complete a communications questionnaire to be added to a targeted mailing list.