20 MAY 2019 – 2pm-4:30pm – Ellen Wilkinson Building B4.3 The University of Manchester
Are you a PhD student or early career researcher in the social sciences or humanities considering an academic grant or fellowship application?
Join us for a friendly, informal workshop in which successful early career grant applicants will share their experiences of the application process, and reviewers and research support staff will give their views on what makes a successful application.
*2:00 – 2:15 Welcome*
*2:15 – 2:30 Introducing ourselves*
*2:30 – 3:15 Feedback from successful applicants* – confirmed speakers:
Dr. Olivia Casagrande (Marie Curie Research Fellow, UoM), Dr. Nina Moeller (Marie Curie Research Fellow, UoM), Dr. Kate Scott (Presidential Fellow and NERC Industrial Innovation Fellow, UoM); Dr. Mark Usher (Simon Research Fellow, UoM).
*3:15 – 3:30 Feedback from experienced reviewers* – confirmed speakers:
Prof. James Evans (Geography, UoM)
*3:30 – 3:45 Advice from Research Support Services* – speaker to be confirmed
*3:45 – 4:30 (longer if necessary!) Open discussion & “Clinic”* You are welcome to bring your applications-in-progress or any specific questions and get some collective feedback.
Refreshments will be available throughout!
This workshop is part of a double-event taking place in two locations:
at the University of Bristol for STEM researchers on June 10th and here at Manchester for social sciences and humanities researchers.
*The event is free, but registration is necessary as numbers are limited.*
Organized by Marie Curie Alumni Association – UK Chapter (MCAA-UK) & Society and Environment Research Group (SERG) at SEED