Business School Newsletter vol. 4
Business School prepared their new newsletter, available to download below
Leadership fellows scheme – standard route
The Arts and Humanities Research Council invites applications for the standard route of its leadership fellows scheme. This enables researchers to develop their capabilities as leaders, to carry out work with a potential to generate a transformative impact on their discipline, and to develop and undertake leadership activities that are connected to their research.
DETAILS: http://bit.do/cMYcS DEADLINE: NO DEADLINE
Research Project Grants
Offering up to £500,000 over five years for research on a topic of the applicant’s choice. Grants cover salary and research costs directly associated with the project. Submit a first-stage outline application at any time.
Proposals must reflect the personal vision of the applicant and demonstrate compelling competence in the research design. The Trust favours applications that surmount traditional disciplinary academic boundaries and involve a willingness to take appropriate degrees of risk in setting research objectives.
The SPR Research Fund
The SPR possesses a modest Research Fund, the proceeds of which are available to support research in any generally recognized area of psychical research, except those specifically related to survival. Survival related applications should be directed to the Survival Research Fund (see below notice).
Applications are considered and grants awarded by the Society’s Research Grants Committee and applications should be sent to the Chairperson of the Committee, c/o the Society. Applications will be considered on an annual basis, with the deadline for receipt of proposals being 1 June of each year. Application forms can be obtained from the SPR Secretary or on-line via the Society’s website.
EU Prize for Women Innovators
The Commission plans to award up to three "EU Prize for Women Innovators 2016" following a European-wide contest. The prizes are addressed to women who have founded or co-founded a company and who themselves or their company have benefitted from EU funding related to Research and Innovation. The prizes will not reward research or innovation proposed for the future, but only achievements that have been already obtained by the candidate
The Garfield Weston Foundation
Recent funding has supported projects in the following categories: Arts, Community, Education, Welfare, Medical, Religion, Youth and Environment. DETAILS: http://www.garfieldweston.org/how-to-apply/
Research support grants
FUNDER: The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art
These support scholars engaged in research related to the study of British art or architectural history.
Action grants to support transnational projects aiming to build capacity for professionals in child protection systems and legal professionals representing children in legal proceedings
Large grants competition ESRC
The Economic and Social Research Council invites proposals for its large grants competition. This supports research that has the potential to effect significant economic or societal impact. Proposals may be standard research projects, large-scale surveys, infrastructure projects or methodological developments in any area of the social sciences. Interdisciplinarity, both within and beyond the social sciences is encouraged.
DETAILS: http://bit.ly/1VLT5bL DEADLINE: 13-Oct-16
Make Yourself Proud!
Most academic staff have high teaching loads, and undertake research not just in university time but in their own time too – so why should a member of academic staff at a university like Middlesex engage with knowledge transfer?
Read more by: Mark Gray here
Media and content convergence
The media and content sector is driven more and more by the use of technology and new business models, new ways of interaction, consumption and expression are appearing in the rise of the digital era. Europe’s media sector is strong in creating content. It is embracing new technologies and investing in innovation to benefit from the digital market. However, the sector has to become even more tech savvy as competition is growing from global players that are particularly strong at technological innovation. The challenge is to make the best use of technology for reaching out to new audiences, adapting to the digital era and thriving in the connected Digital Single Market.
Demonstration and validation of new technologies, services and solutions through large scale demonstrations, pilots or close-to-market prototypes exploiting the convergence, interoperability and integration between broadcasting, broadband Internet-based services, audiovisual and social media.
Principal Research Fellowships
FUNDER: Wellcome Trust
This is the most prestigious of our personal awards and provides long-term support for researchers of international standing.
Awards are for seven years in the first instance, and provide both a personal salary and research programme funding in full.
After the first period of award, the fellowship will be subject to a competitive scientific review, which will subsequently occur on a rolling basis every five years.
Fellowships will be renewed on a partnership basis; the Trust and the host institution will jointly fund the Principal Research Fellow's basic salary through a '50:50' arrangement for the duration of any renewal period. The Trust will provide research programme costs throughout the entire period of the fellowship.
Psychology/ Call for applications for funding
The Richard Benjamin Trust is a trust set up in memory of Richard Benjamin to ‘promote and research in hitherto neglected areas in the fields of occupational/organisational or social psychology’. The aim of the trust is to fund early career post doctoral study into areas that have not received funding from other grant awarding bodies. There should be a clear benefit to the public, organisations, communities and/or families from the selected research.
Our goal is to distribute seed funding for research in neglected areas of occupational or social psychology. 10 grants are available up to a maximum of £10,000.
RCUK-FAPESP bilateral agreement for the Research Grants Scheme
Collaborative research proposals may be submitted in any area of the social sciences within the remit of both the ESRC and FAPESP. There is no deadline, and proposals will be accepted on an ongoing basis until expiry of the MoU. Proposals should be drafted and will be assessed according to the criteria set out in the International Common Application Process.