This cluster provides funding-related information from bid writing and costing to funder-specific sessions.
|18/10/2016||12.15-1.15||EEG169||Finding Funding for Research||Charlotte Wasilewski|
|02/11/2016||12.15-1.45||EE1102||Introduction to Bid Writing||Dr John-Paul Wilson|
|15/11/2016||12.15-1.15||EEG020||Costing your Research||Charlotte Wasilewski|
|30/11/2016||12.15-1.15||EE1100||Funding for ECRs and Post-docs||Charlotte Wasilewski|
|08/12/2016||12.15-1.15||EEG020||Vacation Research Assistant Scheme 2017 Info Session||Emily Loftus|
|05/01/2017||12.15-1.15||JLG014||Research Funding from the NIHR||Emily Loftus|
|19/01/2017||12.15-1.15||EEG169||Research Funding for the British Academy||Charlotte Wasilewski|
|09/02/2017||12.15-1.15||JLG010||The Newton Fund||Charlotte Wasilewski|
|28/02/2017||12.15-1.15||EEG020||The UK Research Council – an updated overview||Charlotte Wasilewski|
|09/03/2017||12.15-1.15||JLG010||Hosting an International Visiting Researcher @ UW||Charlotte Wasilewski|
Introduction to Bid Writing – John-Paul Wilson
This session will identify the major research funders and set out good practice in writing a research funding application, drawing on guidance provided for example by the Research Councils and the experiences of staff who have written both successful and unsuccessful funding bids. This session will be useful for all those considering making an application for research funding.
Costing Your Research – Charlotte Wasilewski
This session focuses on the key issue of identifying and costing the resources needed for a research project. It will deal with the issue of Full Economic Costing (FEC) and will look at what costs different bodies/organisations are willing to fund. This session will be especially useful for those in the process of putting together a funding bid or those who want to get a sense of what putting together a bid may involve.
Funding for ECRS and Post-Docs – Charlotte Wasilewski
This workshop will identify funding opportunities for researchers who have recently completed doctoral study or who are in the final stages of their PhD. In particular, it will highlight the range of fellowships available for early career researchers.
Research funding from the NIHR – Emily Loftus
This session will provide an overview of NIHR funding streams and how to make an application. It will also explain how to seek support from the Research Design Service.
Research funding from the British Academy – Charlotte Wasilewski
This session will outline the funding opportunities available from the British Academy and how to make an application for funding.
The Newton Fund – Charlotte Wasilewski
This workshop will explore the Newton Fund and how to apply for funding for projects and fellowships.
The UK Research Council – an updated overview – Charlotte Wasilewski
This session provides an introduction to UK the Research Councils and their individual remits, rules for participation and the funding rules. It will explore which projects would be suitable for funding and provide an overview of the application process.
Hosting an International Visiting Researcher at the University of Worcester – Charlotte Wasilewski
This session will provide information to colleagues who are interested in hosting an International Visiting Researcher at the University of Worcester. It will explain what support and processes are in place at the University, and also explore the benefits of hosting an International Visiting Researcher.
Vacation Research Assistant Scheme 2017 information session – Emily Loftus
This session is intended for colleagues who are interested in applying for the scheme in 2017. It will provide an overview of how the scheme works, which projects are eligible and how to apply.