Introduction to Grant Writing for AHSS Researchers
11/04/2017 - 11/04/2017
9:30AM - 12:30PM
Seminar Room, Research and Enterprise, 63 University Road
Training and Advice for Early Career Researchers applying for Arts, Humanities and Social Science Research Funding
This training workshop is designed to provide an introduction and overview of how to write research grant applications in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, particularly for early career researchers (ECRs) or those with little or no experience of applying for research funding.
Primarily focused on UK Research Council applications (i.e. ESRC & AHRC), participants will be introduced to the various schemes available, success rates and tips on how to write an effective application.
The session will last for approximately three hours and will comprise:
- An overview of the application and decision-making process for research funding from the main UK funders in Arts and Humanities and the Social Sciences, including AHRC, ESRC, the Leverhulme Trust and the British Academy.
- Insights talk from a senior member of staff who has recently sat on a Research Councils UK Grants Panel who will provide an overview of what panels look for in a good proposal.
- A detailed review of some of the key elements of an AHRC or ESRC proposal, including Pathways to Impact, Data Management and how to structure a Case for Support.
Light refreshments will be provided and the session is fully accessible.
How to Register
Registration for this event is managed via the i-Trent booking system
Please search for 'AHSS' or 'Introduction' to find the course
Learning Event Code: 402000_RDGW_IntroToGrantWriting
Any enquiries should be directed to Peter Stephenson
Date(s): 28/02/2017 - 28/02/2017
Time: 12:30PM - 2:00PM
Location: Seminar Room (First floor), Research and Enterprise, 63 University Road