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The next recruitment drive will take place in early 2020. Applications and referee forms will be posted on the Applying to YAS page.

The Young Academy of Scotland is a body of individuals who have demonstrated talent and ambition in their field of work. This and evidence of public engagement are the primary criteria for selection.

Members of the Young Academy normally range in age from late twenties to early forties. The period of membership is five years.

Application is by a completed form. Applicants will be asked to demonstrate evidence of outstanding professional achievement, along with broader skills and experience, such as:

  • Evidence of innovative and entrepreneurial activity;
  • Evidence of interdisciplinary working;
  • Evidence of, and capacity for, leadership and responsibility;
  • Interest in both professional and societal policy issues.
  • Connections and/or interests outside of Scotland

Applicants are expected to have at least 5 years post qualification or professional experience and should be resident in Scotland.

Members will be chosen by selection committees consisting of Young Academy members and Fellows of the RSE.

Members of the Young Academy are expected to make every effort to attend the three annual plenary meetings held in locations across Scotland (financial support is available to cover travel costs).

In addition, members will participate in the activities of the Young Academy and contribute to its portfolio of activities. All members are able and encouraged to suggest new activities and projects.

Members pay a small annual subscription, currently £80.

 

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Louise Harris is an electronic and audiovisual composer. She is also Lecturer in Sonic and Audiovisual Practices at The University of Glasgow. Louise specialises in the creation of audiovisual relationships utilising electronic music and computer-generated visual environments.

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