Deadline: Thursday 3 March 2016
Are you a doctoral or early career researcher in the arts & humanities in Scotland? Would you like the opportunity to showcase the impact of your research, together with funding of up to £500 for materials to help you present it?
The Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities is holding its annual doctoral research impact showcase at The Lighthouse in Glasgow on Thursday 23rd June 2016 & we invite you to apply now to be a part of it.
Who can apply?
Any doctoral or early career researcher in the arts & humanities at any SGSAH member HEI.
What are the eligible costs?
We will pay for materials directly required to showcase your research impact which you can then use in other contexts. We have previously funded print costs for brochures, postcards & the costs of framing & other display materials. Computing equipment is not covered.
How do I apply?
Please complete the & submit to email@example.com by Thursday 3 March 2016. We would like to know your research goals and potential and/or realised impact; the method you propose to use to showcase these (e.g. performance, poster, art work, laptop etc.); and an estimated costings for materials up to £500.
You should also tell us who you would like to invite to the showcase - this could be anyone who could be interested in your impact agenda.
How will you choose which research to showcase?
We are looking for:
- Clear presentation of research findings & their potential &/or realised impact
- Interesting ways of presenting research impact.
We will ensure that we showcase a spread of universities & subjects.
We will provide travel & accommodation costs, if required.
You will be able to keep the materials you produce -– e.g. postcards, posters, flyers - for future impact events/activity.
This event forms part of the SGSAH Summer School 2016, to be held 20-23 June in Glasgow. The full programme will be published in April
First published: 9 February 2016