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Newer Researcher Awards Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Melanie Beckett
23:48
How many people have applied previously please?
Laura Barnett
26:41
Do you get to know your score at all...?
Rob Gresham (SRHE)
27:50
Laura - not the actually score but we do provide detailed feedback to all applicants, and advise if shortlisted too
Laura Barnett
28:04
Super - thanks!! :)
Melanie Beckett
35:40
What happens if you don't fully utilise the £3000 award?
Fotios Mitsakis (Nottingham Trent University)
39:59
Can we apply for more than one projects?
Sharon Ultsch
41:13
can you explain mentor piece
Rob Gresham (SRHE)
41:20
3,000 in the maximum, doesn't have to be exactly that figure, but good to show value for the funding available
Melanie Beckett
41:29
How are you mentors chosen/ matched with applicants?
Rob Gresham (SRHE)
41:50
Only one application per individual permitted
Rob Gresham (SRHE)
42:21
Will talk through mentor process after presentations
Suzanne Culshaw (she/her)
43:12
Do we need to be employed (eg by a university) to apply?
Piers von Berg
43:57
When do the funds need to be spent by please?
Miriam Madsen (Aarhus)
46:04
What are the SRHE conferences (you mentioned them in plural) and is the Award Winner expected to attend those?
Stephanie Zihms
46:38
Where would we talk about collaboration and collaborators? In the background or in the any other information section?
Suzanne Culshaw (she/her)
47:30
thank you.
Konstantina Maragkou (Cambridge)
48:32
Would you be interested in advanced quantitative methods and econometric techniques?
Melanie Beckett
48:37
What if you don't fully utilise the finding, is that a problem?
Sharon Ultsch
49:43
if time could reviewer finish talking about application questions not covered
Melanie Beckett
51:02
How competitive is the award?
Sarah Snuggs
51:17
Are there limits to what can be funded (e.g. some other funding bodies won't fund conferences, or won't fund research assistants etc.)?
Alex Bradley
52:43
Thanks for the information today. Apologises I need to dash to a meeting now. Have a lovely day all.
Sarah Snuggs
54:17
Thank you!
Melanie Beckett
54:20
I would like to offer my participants compensation for their time, I have read DERA's advice on this. Is this acceptable to you?
Melanie Beckett
54:31
*BERA*
Melanie Beckett
54:54
Thanks!! That's really helpful
Fotios Mitsakis (Nottingham Trent University)
56:36
Rob, you suggested earlier that the funding and the related process is expected to start 6 months after announcing the winners. Will you recommend to form our timescale from Dec.2022 - Jan. 2023 up to a year? Did i get it right? Thanks
Suzanne Culshaw (she/her)
56:54
if we've been awarded funding by SRHE before (in fact, my funding wasn't actually claimed because of Covid), can we still apply?
Melanie Beckett
57:42
I'm excited!!
Fotios Mitsakis (Nottingham Trent University)
58:17
Thanks Rob. Thanks all. Valuable comments. Much appreciated. Good luck to everyone
Miriam Madsen (Aarhus)
58:47
Do we need to attach appendixes, such as confirmation letters from participating interviewees, or is it sufficient to explain access?
Sharon Ultsch
59:03
do projects that are focused on translating research to public audiences fit
Suzanne Culshaw (she/her)
59:35
How do you feel about research done in a different context (in my case teachers in secondary schools) which I'd like to trial within HE?
Konstantina Maragkou (Cambridge)
59:41
Thank you!! How about programme evaluation analyses? For example evaluation of an outreach programme?
Suzanne Culshaw (she/her)
01:01:18
it wouldn't be in schools, it is research previously done in schools...
Fotios Mitsakis (Nottingham Trent University)
01:01:25
should targeted acad. journals be from Taylor & Francis only?
Melanie Beckett
01:01:27
So WP, social mobility of recent graduates & how covid has impacted on breaking into their careers
Suzanne Culshaw (she/her)
01:01:32
thank you.
Melanie Beckett
01:02:06
Great!
Carolyn Auma (University of Leeds)
01:02:08
Do example templates for example for budgets exist?
Fotios Mitsakis (Nottingham Trent University)
01:03:02
Thanks Anesa. of course
Alice King (LSBU)
01:03:16
Would research around harassment / violence within the university space fall under the remit of what might be funded or is it too far removed from education specifically?
Laura Barnett (Surrey)
01:03:25
Thanks so much for this. I am going to have to leave now - but this has been super helpful :)
Carolyn Auma (University of Leeds)
01:03:50
Thank you 🙂
Sharon Ultsch
01:03:55
thank you
Melanie Beckett
01:04:07
Excellent guidance and advice, thanks you have answered all of my quesiton. Off to teach now!
Alice King (LSBU)
01:04:12
thank you!
Suzanne Culshaw (she/her)
01:04:43
This has been really useful, thanks for your detailed presentations and responsiveness to questions.
Fotios Mitsakis (Nottingham Trent University)
01:04:57
Really insightful session. Good luck to all.
Brian Irvine, Birmingham (he/him)
01:05:03
Many thanks for your time and advice today. Really useful.
Achala Gupta (Southampton)
01:05:05
This was super helpful - thank you all!
Sarah Snuggs
01:05:06
Thank you very much, very informative.
Stephanie Zihms
01:05:12
Thanks - very useful
Stephen Gow
01:05:13
Many thanks, very useful.
Carolyn Auma (University of Leeds)
01:05:16
Very helpful, thank you.
Alice King (LSBU)
01:05:21
thanks this has been really helpful
Samson Tsegay
01:05:22
Thank you.
YING YANG
01:05:26
thanks! Very helpful!
Gifty Ketemepi (Stellenbosch)
01:05:37
Thank you.
Iresha Ranaraja (RMIT)
01:05:40
Thank you very much!
Adam Dawson (SRHE)
01:06:13
srhe@srhe.ac.uk
Konstantina Maragkou (Cambridge)
01:06:41
Where can you get the application form?
Sinéad Murphy SRHE (she/her)
01:06:44
Thanks Anesa and Monika for sharing all this advice!
Grainne Barkess
01:07:37
Thank you - really useful session
Konstantina Maragkou (Cambridge)
01:07:41
Thank you!! :)
Gill Gilbert
01:07:42
Thank you to everyone - it's been really useful :)
Katie Tindle, SRHE
01:07:42
Good luck everyone with your applications!
Matshediso Mohapeloa
01:08:02
thanks