Insight into Academia: Finding Funding as an Early Career Researcher

23rd November 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Do you hope to take your first steps towards research independence?

This seminar will explore funding opportunities such as non-stipendiary fellowships, knowledge exchange funds and seed funds. It will take a look at ways in which success in applying for these relatively small pots of funding can successfully position you for the some of the bigger funding opportunities that come later.

Delivered by Dr Zoë Lee, Research Funding Manager in the university’s Research Services team, the session will also offer tips on what makes a successful funding bid. This is a chance to ask questions and generate discussion on this sometimes-challenging aspect of being an academic.

Insight into Academia is a series of informal seminars and ‘conversations’, exploring opportunities for an academic career within and beyond the UK, important decisions along the way and what it takes to thrive as an academic.


23rd November 2022
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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