As part of the ‘Interdisciplinary Research Week’ the Department of Research and Innovation are hosting an extra seminar on….
When: Monday 21st November 1.30pm to 2.30pm
Where: SURF Room, Fulton House
Who will benefit from attending?
All academics who are actively seeking funding for their areas of research and the central admin staff whose role it is to support them in this process.
By the end of the seminar, attendees will know how to?
- Run and save funding searches
- Set up e-mail alerts specific tailored to your specific areas of interest
- Share information with your colleagues
- Manage your personal profiles
Info on the Speaker: Alison Warder
With a background in modern foreign languages (French and German) Alison has been with Research Professional for the last five years, managing many of the UK and European accounts. She is pleased to have to have been a part of the process of Research Professional from the initial concepts through to recent final delivery and is particularly interested not only in the similarities, but also the differences, between the ways different institutions interact with the service.
Next Steps: to enrol please reply on the Interdisciplinary Research Week web pages at http://su-research-week.eventbrite.co.uk/continue reading
‘’Successful Early Stage Research’’
When: Thursday 7th October 11 a.m. to 12 noon
Where: Seminar Room – Department of Research and Innovation, 7th Floor, Faraday Tower
Speakers: Julie Williams (Department of Research and Innovation) Dr Owen Guy (School of Engineering), Dr Biagio Lucini (Physical Sciences)
Who will benefit from attending? New Researchers
By the end of the seminar, attendees will know?
a) The role of the Department of Research and Innovation
b) Typical funding opportunities
c) Funding strategies and pitfalls
d) Benefits of networking and collaboration
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