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LSE Research Division

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United Kingdom

 

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Academic Development Programme

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Research Division and Teaching and Learning Centre

Events Calendar 2014/2015*

UPCOMING EVENTS - MICHAELMAS TERM

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

DATE

PROGRAMME

Time

EVENT TITLE

 15/10/2014

 Research Funding

12.00 - 13.30

Information Session: Research funding at LSE 

Find out how to apply for research funding and what support is available at LSE.
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 16/10/2014

 Research Funding

11.30 - 12.30

Information Session: Looking for funding opportunities: online tools

Brief sessions on how to use online funding search engines such as Research Professional to help you find a suitable scheme.
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 20/10/2014 

 Research Funding  

15.00 - 16.30

Information Session: Research project grants - open calls

Covers funding opportunities open all year round, in any area of the social sciences and humanities.
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 29/10/2014

 Award Management  

12.00 - 13.00

Information Session: New to managing an award?

Find out what your role as principal investigator entails and what support is available.
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 06/11/2014

 Award Management 

12.00 - 13.30

Information Session: How to manage your Horizon 2020 award - what you need to know 

Expert advice on how to manage an EC award.
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 06/11/2014

 Research Funding

14.00 - 16.00

Information Session: What's in Horizon 2020  

Focuses on Horizon 2020 - EC's main funding programmes, including the European Research Council.
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12/11/2014

Funding Clinic

10.00 - 12.30  

Funding Clinic – ESRC’s Future Research Leaders

This funding clinic aims to give applicants an opportunity to explore and discuss key elements of the scheme. A successful award holder will be sharing their experience in applying for this call.
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 13/11/2014

 Research Funding

12.30 - 14.00

Information Session: Knowledge exchange and ways of funding it

Learn about different tools and funding sources for knowledge exchange (KE) activities and how LSE can support you.
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 20/11/2014

 Research Funding

13.15 - 15.30

Workshop: Designing your grant proposal - what constitutes a research application?

Effective ways of designing a research proposal, including costing.
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 27/11/2014

 Research Funding

12.00 - 14.30

Workshop: Developing a knowledge exchange strategy: how to build your "pathways to impact"

Creative ways to think about the impact of a research project and pathways to impact plans.
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 27/11/2014

 Funding Clinic

14.00 - 16.00

Funding Clinic: UK Research Councils

A number of funding clinics throughout the term on a regular basis with not more than 5 academics around a table to discuss particulars, e.g. a specific funding scheme, specific application systems, specific research questions and themes. 
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 03/12/2014 

 REF and Impact 

10.30 - 12.00

Information Session: Research impact case studies: a panel discussion with LSE faculty members 

LSE faculty share their experiences in creating and documenting research impact described in their REF 2014 impact case studies.


 05/12/2014

 Research Funding

9.00 - 18.00

Workshop: Fundamentals of grant writing

How to develop a research idea into successful funding applications.
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 11/12/2014   

 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.




* 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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