Information and Booking

Trainer: See list of speakers on the left.
Cost: Internal no charge.
Duration: 0.5 day (09:30 - 12:30)
Date:

29 October 2019

 

Booking - All staff

Who should attend

Have you recently secured your first research grant or would you like to find out more about how grant management works in the College? This pilot session is designed for academics from the Faculty of Engineering who are new to managing research grants and are interested in learning about best practice and the support available from College.

Overview

The Faculty of Engineering has an excellent track record of securing research funding from a wide variety of sources.  This session aims to provide support and guidance for colleagues who have recently secured research funding and would like a better understanding of the College processes and sources of support, and hear examples of best practice and personal experience.

Key areas

This half day workshop is a pilot the Faculty of Engineering. The aim of the workshop is to provide academics in the Faculty with guidance on managing a research grant, including College processes, best practice, reporting, recruitment and ethics, RRI and DORA. There will be opportunity for attendees to ask questions and share their experiences.

Further information

Speakers include:

  • Cindy Lai (Head of Research Support Services)
  • Andrew McGovern (Grant Manager, Faculty of Engineering Research Services)
  • Professor Daniele Dini (Director of Research, Mechanical Engineering)
  • Ruth Nicholson (Head of Research Governance and Integrity)