Past Event details

Webinar: SRHE Newer Researcher Awards 2019

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Watch a recording of this webinar: https://srhe.adobeconnect.com/pzo12ayg609i/ 
 
This Webinar is aimed to help support those interested in applying for the SRHE Newer Researcher Award in 2019. Three awards of £3,000 GBP are available to those new to the field of Higher Education Research. Full details on the criteria and eligibility for these awards, plus the application form are available from https://srhe.ac.uk/research/SRHE_newer_researchers.asp
 
The Webinar will provide a brief introduction to the awards, including the perspective  of the Society's Research & Development that oversees the development of these awards and reviews the applications received. 
 
The webinar will include the perspectives of two recent award winners in terms of their experience of applying, receiving and completing the awards process, plus the opportunities this has led to. 
 
There will also be some time for questions on their experiences, and indeed on any aspect of the Newer Researcher Award scheme itself. 
 
Outline programme: 
 
1300: Introduction & overview: Rob Gresham, SRHE Manager: Operations and Finance

1305: Committee view: Advice on preparing and planning your NR Award Proposal Dr Neil Harrison, Deputy Director, Rees Centre, Department of Education, University of Oxford, and member of the SRHE Research & Development Committee

1315: View from a recent Award Winner 1: Dr Dai O'Brien, York St. John University

1330: View from a recent Award Winner 2: Dr Lou Harvey, University of Leeds

1345: Summary & Top Tips : Rob Gresham and Neil Harrison

1350: Q&A

14:00 Close 

The webinar is free to all participants, members and non-members. Simply register below and a link will be circulated by 11th February (in advance of the Webinar on Tuesday 12th February (1300-1400))
 

Network: Newer Researchers
Date(s): Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Times: 1300-1400
Location: Online
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