Research Related Development
How to Write A Good Research Bid (Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences)
Interactive workshop for research and academic staff who have only a limited experience of grant writing (for example may have contributed to other’s grant applications or written small grants). The trainer, Dr Pam Johnstone, herself once a researcher, subsequently spent over a decade managing large research portfolios in government departments and a large medical research charity where she managed peer review/decision-making processes.
- How Research Funders Work/Make Decisions – process and peer review;
- Qualities of a Good Research Bid and a look at some of the specifics including Pathways to Impact;
- Practical Tips;
- Brief look at the opportunities + challenges around more complex bids (collaborative, multi-disciplinary etc..);
- Provision of information on local support/advice.
25 May 2016
11th Floor, McKenzie House, 30-36 Newport Road, Cardiff, CF24 0DE
10:00 - 16:30
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Target Audience: S