Arts Institute, Collaborative Research and Grants Event
  • Room 406, Babbage Building

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This half-day event focuses on research collaboration and funding with speakers from both the School of Art, Design and Architecture and Humanities and Performing Arts.

Programme

13:00 -13:15: James Daybell and Peter Hinds – Introduction to collaborative research: micro to macro

Session 1: 13:15-14:45 (Grants)

  • 13:15-13:30: Susan Matheron – The grant application process at Plymouth
  • 13:30-13:45: David Sergeant – Applying for an AHRC Research Leadership Grant
  • 13:45-14:00: Eduardo Miranda – Collaborative research grants, the example of EPSRC funding
  • 14:00-14:15: Katherine Willis – AHRC network grants and GCRF
  • 14:15-14:30: Mike Philips – Arts Council funding
  • 14:30-14:45: Alan Butler – Applying for Heritage Lottery Funding

14:45-15:15: Break, tea and cakes will be served 

Session 2: 15:15-16:45 (Research collaborations)

  • 15:15-15:30: Debbie Robinson and Simon Rundle – Collaboration: Faculty of Arts and Humanities and the Marine Institute
  • 15:30-15:45: James Daybell – Cornerstone Heritage
  • 15:45-16:00: Sana Murrani – Displacement Research Cluster
  • 16:00-16:15: Mike Punt and Hannah Drayson – CogNovo and Transtechnology
  • 16:15-16:45: Roundtable discussion – how to build a successful research collaboration
  • 16:45-17:00 – Final thoughts

Contact bryony.edmondson@plymouth.ac.uk to book your place.

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