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Stay informed with the latest opportunities, whether professional, collaboration, or research opportunities with fellow alumni or faculty.  This page offers an overview of opportunities within the MB alumni network, allowing you to continue growing your knowledge, career, and professional development.

ALUMNI OPPORTUNITIES

Professional, Paid-For Opportunities 

MOVING BOUNDARIES X ONLINE - CALL FOR EDUCATORS AND LECTURERS Apply to teach online with MBX in 2025, an innovative teaching program aimed at educating individuals at the intersection of architecture and human sciences. Opportunities will be paid, depending on the topic, duration, and experience. Educational sessions will take the form of masterclasses, each lasting 3-5 hours, and will be held online. To apply, please send your CV and an abstract of your proposed masterclass to movingboundaries2024@gmail.com. Join a community of experts and contribute to advancing knowledge and understanding in this interdisciplinary field.

MOVING BOUNDARIES CONSULTING SERVICES - POTENTIAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUB-CONSULTANTS AS PROJECTS BECOME AVAILABLE We are excited to announce the recent launch of Moving Boundaries Consulting Services. Our mission is to provide comprehensive support to students, educators, practicing architects, designers, and professional organizations, focusing on the intersection between architecture and the human sciences. Our consulting services may take the shape of advising on student or academic research, grant applications, or curriculum development. In addition, services to the private sector may cover all or any part of the design and build phase of projects. In line with our commitment to fostering professional growth, we are offering alumni of Moving Boundaries the opportunity to apply as sub-consultants. These positions will be available as projects and opportunities arise, aligning with relevant experience and expertise. For further information or to register your interest, please contact movingboundaries2024@gmail.com.

Non-paid, Collaboration Opportunities 

WHAT DESIGN CAN DO (SARAH ROBINSON AND SARAH WILLIAMS GOLDHAGEN) - CALL FOR COLLABORATORS AND CONTENT GENERATORS We are seeking collaborators to work with Sarah Robinson and Sarah Williams Goldhagen on the development of the What Design Can Do website. This project involves preparing and generating materials to support various stakeholders in the built environment, helping them understand the importance of design and its impact on human experience. Targeted stakeholder groups include design professionals, real estate developers, organizations, public sector authorities, citizens, and educators.​ We are looking for individuals to assist in collecting and synthesizing information for these groups and to act as ambassadors for change within the built environment. If you are interested in supporting this initiative, please contact Sophie Schuller at S.M.Schuller@tue.nl. Please note that this is a volunteer opportunity and is not compensated.​ For more information, please reach out to the contact provided. Thank you for your interest and support!

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Research Opportunities 

The following list provides an overview of both academic and non-academic research opportunities. These opportunities may originate from the Alumni network, in which case they are marked as exclusive Alumni opportunities, or from the broader Moving Boundaries affiliated community. 

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ANFA DOCTORAL PROGRAMME - CALL FOR PRESENTERS We are excited to announce a new ANFA initiative, inviting early career / doctoral researchers from all levels to submit abstracts about their research measuring human response to built environment, to participate and present in our newly established ANFA Doctoral Platform.  The ADP Platform presents an invaluable opportunity for prospective participants to share their work with a wider audience of academia and practice and provide an opportunity to receive feedback or inspire future researchers on neuro-design related fields, investigating human neurophysiological response to built environment.  You can apply to the ANFA doctoral programme via the following link:

       

Grants and Bursaries 

The following list provides an overview of potential grants and bursary sources to research the intersection between architecture and neuroscience: 

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