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LSE Research Division

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London, WC2A 2AE

United Kingdom

 

Phone: +44 (0) 20 7106 1202

 

Email: researchdivision@lse.ac.uk|

 

Office hours: 9.30 am to 5.30 pm.

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Academic Development Programme

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Events Calendar 2014/2015*

UPCOMING EVENTS - MICHAELMAS TERM| - LENT TERM|

UPCOMING EVENTS

DATE

PROGRAMME

TIME

EVENT TITLE

MICHAELMAS TERM

 20/11/2014

Research Funding

13.15 - 15.30

 

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.
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 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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LENT TERM

14/01/2015

REF and Impact 

12:00-13:00

Information Session: Introduction to the REF

Outlines the REF, what it means, what tools are used, and implications for LSE.
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14/01/2015

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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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.




* 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.

 

15/10/2014 - Information Session: Research Funding at LSE View slides|

16/10/2014 -  Information Session: Looking for funding opportunities: online tools

20/10/2014 - Information Session: Research project grants - open calls  View Slides|

29/10/2014 -  Information Session: New to managing an award? View slides|

06/11/2014 - Information Session: What's in Horizon 2020? View slides|

06/11/2014 - Information Session: How to manage a European funded award View slides|

12/11/2014 - Funding Clinic: ESRC Future Leader View slides|

13/11/2014 - Information Session: Knowledge Exchange and ways of funding it View slides|

20/11/2014 - Workshop: Designing your grant proposal - what constitutes a research application? View slides|

 

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