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Academic Development Programme

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Academic Development Programme Events Calendar 2014/2015*

UPCOMING EVENTS -  - LENT TERM|

UPCOMING EVENTS

DATE

PROGRAMME

TIME

EVENT TITLE

LENT TERM

 27/01/2015

Research Funding

12:00 - 13:30

Information Session: Research Fellowships (RCUK, Leverhulme, ERC, BA)

This brief seminar will address open calls for Research Fellowships that can be applied anytime to specific UK funders, and other schemes with recurring deadlines throughout the year, such as the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC); Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC); and the British Academy (BA).
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 03/02/2015

REF and Impact

13.00 - 14.30   

Workshop: Collecting evidence of research impact

Understand HEFCE requirements for documenting research impact. Explore the types of evidence that can be included in REF impact case studies.
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05/02/2015

Award management

17:30 - 19:00

Attracting corporate research funding while safeguarding academic independence

Academics interested in finding out more about engaging with corporations are invited to attend this panel discussion examining the benefits and potential pitfalls of business partnerships.
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10/02/2015

Award management 

12.30 - 14.00

Award management surgery

Surgery to discuss your experiences and award particulars.
Aimed at researchers and administrative staff (such as departmental and centre managers) of all experience levels who currently manage externally funded research grants.
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12/02/2015

REF and Impact

14.00 - 15.30

Information Session: Impact case studies - a panel discussion with LSE authors

LSE faculty who submitted impact case studies to the REF to share their experiences of creating and documenting research impact. As well as supporting understanding of how impact can be generated, the discussion will provide attendees with an insight into both the rewards and the challenges of effectively presenting that impact for REF (or other) assessment. Panellists to be confirmed.
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18/02/2015

Research Funding

12.00 - 13.30

Information session: Research project grants - open calls

An overview of research project funding opportunities that are available all year round, in any area of the social sciences and humanities.
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18/02/2015

Research Funding

14.00 - 16.00

Workshop: Designing your grant proposals - What Makes a Research Application?

Aimed at researchers who are relatively new to designing research funding proposals and those who want to brush up their skills.
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24/02/2015

Research Funding

10.00 - 14.30

Workshop: Winning EC Grants - Visit from UK Research Office

This workshop will focus on the purpose, nature and structure of EU collaborative grant proposals. as well as how to get successful grants from EU bodies.
LSE's UK Research Office (UKRO) advisor, Maribel Glogowski, will present the sessions.
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Please note: even if you are only able to attend part of the day or one talk, we strongly recommend that you book your place.


25/02/2015

Research Funding

12.00 - 13.00

Information session: Knowledge Exchange and Impact - what really works?

This 1 hour session will present success stories from the HEIF5 Bid Fund knowledge exchange project.
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25/02/2015

Research Funding

13.00 - 15.00

Workshop: How to write applications for knowledge exchange funding

This short 2 hour session will take participants through the HEIF Bid Fund application process. Particularly for those who intend to apply for support.
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05/03/2015

Research Funding

12.00 - 14.00

Funding Clinic

Funding clinics with not more than 5 academics around a table to discuss particulars of, e.g.a specific funding scheme, specific application systems, specific research questions and themes.
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06/03/2015

Award Management

10.00 - 17.00

Workshop: Thinking collaboratively - Building a research team

Hands-on workshop with exercises will explore:

  • How to choose your research team.
  • How to think creatively to establish the best team for specific research projects.
  • How to ensure the feasibility of a project is appropriately related to project governance.
  • Research project design activity to generic project management tools.

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10/03/2015

Research Funding

14.00 - 16.00

Workshop: Ethics and Data Management: what does it mean for your research proposal?

This session will focus on funders’ rules about ethics requirements in proposals and discuss how to write data management plans in funding proposals. 
LSE’s Data Librarian will co-facilitate the session. 
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11/03/2015

Award Management

12.00 - 13.00

title tbc

more information coming soon...


17/03/2015

REF and Impact

12.00 - 13.30

Workshop: Impact Case Studies - What’s Involved and How to Achieve Reach and Significance

In this workshop participants will be introduced to HEFCE’s definition and categories of impact and its criteria for assessing impact – reach and significance.
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19/03/2015

Research Funding

12.00 - 13.30

Information session: Research project grants - recurring calls

An overview of research project funding opportunities available all year round, in any area of the social sciences and humanities.
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* Current events planned for the 2014/15 academic year. Note that dates may change. Check the Training and Development System for updates: https://apps.lse.ac.uk/training-system/ |


PAST EVENTS

Contact the Research Division| if any of these past events are of interest to you as it may be possible to offer repeat sessions.

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