The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is holding a meeting at The Studio in Birmingham on 4th November 2016 about the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and to provide an opportunity to hear about the AHRC’s plans for supporting arts and humanities research as a part of the GCRF. There will be a specific focus on a new AHRC GCRF call for Area Focussed Large Grantsdue to be open in October 2016.
The meeting, which will start at 10.30am (registration from 10.00am) and finish around 3.30pm, will be an opportunity to:
- hear some background on the GCRF and the AHRC Area Focussed Large Grants funding call
- speak to Research Council staff about possible applications.
In addition, the event will give researchers the opportunity to network and explore possible research partnerships and collaborations to support potential future applications under the AHRC Area Focussed Large Grants funding call.
Who is the event for?
The event is open to academic researchers who are interested in applying to the funding call, and to potential partners from outside academia who might be interested in the opportunity to initiate possible collaborations that might lead to research bids.
The event is an opportunity to:
- find out about the Global Challenges Research Fund and the AHRC Area Focussed Large Grants funding call
- discuss with experts the challenges and opportunities of interdisciplinary working and co-delivery with end-users
- put questions about the GCRF and the AHRC Area Focussed Large Grants funding call direct to funders
- network with potential collaborators from other discipline areas or as end-users of research.
How to Register
If you are interested in attending the event please contact email@example.com confirming your interest and providing a brief summary of no more than 300 words, outlining your academic expertise in the area and your interest in the AHRC Area Focussed Large Grants funding call.
The closing date for expressing your interest in attending the event is 12 noon on the 20th October.
Please Note: For those invited to attend the event this summary information will be shared among other participants to support the networking aspects of the event. Your application therefore needs to include a statement confirming that you are happy for this information to be shared with other participants if invited to attend the event.
Attendance at the event is expected to be at the applicants’ expense. However if this is a barrier to attendance for non-academic partners please contact the AHRC to discuss further.