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REMINDER: Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellowships info session on Monday 18th May

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Just a reminder that we are holding an information session on Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships on Monday 18th May from 10.00-11.00 in the MEA House auditorium. The aim of the session is to present the scheme and the application process to colleagues who are thinking about applying to the 2015 call which closes on the…

Alona Welby

Today’s Guardian has an interesting piece in the Higher Education Network entitled “How to apply for research funding: 10 tips for academics“. There are useful tips and things to think about from funders, peer reviewers and academics. If you are new to bidding for research funding, take a look!

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Northumbria Bid Repository online

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Colleagues may not be aware that RBS recently launched an online repository of funding applications. Colleagues from around the University have kindly agreed to share applications they have made to various funders and charities that have been successful in gaining funding, and some that were not. This can be an invaluable resource for staff so…

Social Media Research Conference at Newcastle Business School on Wednesday 6 May 2015

Further to the earlier blog post from Raffaele Filieri in Newcastle Business School, the final programme is now available for the Social Media Research Conference to be held at NBS on the 6th May. This event will take place from 9.30-13.00 in room 403 in City Campus East 1 at Northumbria University and features a range…

CROS and PIRLS national researcher surveys now open

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The University participates in two biennial national surveys of researchers – Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS) and Principal Investigators and Research Leaders Survey (PIRLS). The surveys, which are managed by Vitae and run through Bristol Online Surveys, gather anonymous data about working conditions, career aspirations and career development opportunities for research staff and research…

Alona Welby

We’re holding our next research funding drop-in for the Faculty of Business and Law on Wednesday 22 April between 2-3.30pm. Louise Wyers (Pre-Award Coordinator) and I (Research Funding and Policy Manager) will be available in the CCE1 staff room on the ground floor to discuss draft research proposals or any ideas for future funding opportunities. You don’t need an appointment but if you’d like to reserve a specific time slot, please email me in advance.

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