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CRISP Epic Large Grants Workshop Business School training seminar

This CRISP Epic Large Grants Workshop is a daylong exercise for University of St Andrews Business School academic colleagues and doctoral students who wish to gain experience of preparing a large multi-disciplinary research proposal.

It is a structured participatory learning exercise, in which attendees create a research proposal in response to a recently closed EU call.

The essence of the workshop is to ensure that participants experience the processes and craft involved in preparing large multi-disciplinary research grant applications. Participation in the workshop does not require past experience of research grant applications. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

The workshop will be coordinated and delivered by Professor Kirstie Ball, Head of the Department of Management, and Professor William Webster from University of Stirling. They have extensive experience in applying for and winning large international research grants. Their research has been funded by The Leverhulme Trust, ESRC, EPSRC, SSHRC (Canada), the European Commission, the Joint Research Council of the European Commission, UK Information Commissioners Office, Scottish Government, the Home Office, Police Scotland and others. The workshop was originally designed for and funded by the Living in Surveillance Societies COST EU Framework programme and now forms part of the biennial CRISP Doctoral Training School.

CRISP is the Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy, a collaborative initiative that focuses on the political, legal, economic and social dimensions of the surveillance society.

For further information please contact [email protected].
To register a place on the workshop please contact Sumit Bains on [email protected] by Wednesday 5 June 2024, including a note of your dietary requirements.

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