Accessing collaborative research funding & support workshop – Wed Dec 13th, 2-4pm, Room 2.219, University Place
Would your research benefit from partnering with non-academic organisations, but you’re unsure of the support and funding to facilitate this in the relationship development phase?
This workshop for all Faculty of Humanities research staff will provide an overview of the funding mechanisms and internal support available to enable development of collaborative research, with examples of successful partnership working from different Schools.
14.00-14.05: Opening and Welcome – Andrew James, Associate Dean for Business Engagement & External Relations
14.05-14.50: Case Studies – academic colleagues sharing their experience of the different schemes:
2.05-2.20: Hannah Barker (SALC) – from an IAA to a KTP application
2.20-2.35: Ricardo Climent (SALC) – the benefits of engaging in collaborative funding workshops (sandpits)
2.35-2.50: Shaun Topham (SEED) – Simon Industrial & Professional Fellow
14.50-15.05: Overview of KTP programme – Fiona Nightingale, Regional KTP Advisor
15.05-15.15: BE Team Support – to include some key ‘What Next?’ information, current calls etc. – BE/KE teams (ESRC IAA; KTPs; SiPS)
15.15-16.00: Clinic/close – 1-1 advice and support for academics – KE/BE Teams/Fiona Nightingale
You can register here: Faculty of Humanities Funding & Support Workshop