Nuffield Scholars on the move. 

With Scholar research reports coming in and travel itineraries being finalised, the first half of 2023 is a busy period for Nuffield – and there’s the Nuffield Triennial in the mix for Scholars too.  

The higher than usual activity for Scholars in 2023 is because Rural Leaders and Nuffield are in catch-up mode. The backlog of COVID disrupted plans plays out this year. 

We share a quick breakdown of upcoming key moments for Nuffield, including travel for 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 Nuffield Scholars. 

2020 Scholars 

One Scholar to complete their Global Focus Programme (GFP) and international travel. 

2021 Scholars

Daniel Eb, David Eade and Ben Anderson will all begin their GFP mid-year. 

2022 Scholars

Anthony Taueki will do his Contemporary Scholars Conference (CSC) in Vancouver 10 March. Anthony will also do his GFP in March, starting with the Nuffield Triennial. 

Parmindar Singh does her GFP in June. 

Lucie Douma also does her GFP in June.  

2023 Scholars 

All 2023 Scholars will do the CSC in Vancouver 10 March. 

Kylie Leonard and Matt Iremonger will begin their GFP in March, beginning with the Nuffield Triennial. 

James Allen and Kerry Worsnop will do their GFP in September/October. 

2023 Scholar research reports are due in March 2024.

That’s eleven Global Focus Programmes for 2023, when a normal year might be six.

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