Month: November 2015

GW4: funding for Building Communities

Posted on 26 November 2015 by James Hegarty

GW4 has committed further funding to its Building Communities programme, taking the investment in research communities to £1.3 million. To date, 56 research communities have received funding. The Building Communities programme aims to establish new, high-quality research communities across GW4 and to help existing collaborations build on their work and secure long-term sustainable funding. The
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Training for ESRC Impact Acceleration Awards

Posted on 11 November 2015 by James Hegarty

The next instalment of the ESRC’s Impact Acceleration Account training programme takes place next Wednesday on Research Impact and the Welsh Government. These lunchtime workshops will give a brief overview of how to influence policy with research findings.   This will include a briefing on the structure of the Welsh Government, its policy development mechanisms
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Religious and Theological Studies Research Seminars 2015-16

Posted on 9 November 2015 by James Hegarty

RELIGIOUS AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES: SEMINAR PROGRAMME 2015-16 – Some Thursdays at 5pm Semester 1: From November 2015 Thursday 19th of November 5:00 1.123 MAIN BUILDING: Josef Lossl (Cardiff University), ‘Augustine on True Religion’ Thursday 10th of December 5:00 0.01 John Percival: Mansur Ali (Cardiff University), title tba. Semester 2: From February 2016 Thursday 4th of
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Archaeology Research Seminars

Posted on 3 November 2015 by Ben Jervis

The remaining archaeology research seminars for this term are as follows – all start at 5.10 in room 4.45 and all are welcome to attend: 12/11/15 Dr Astrid van Oyen Storing the Future: Material and Temporal Negotiations in the Roman Empire 19/11/15 Dr James Morris Emotion, Grief, Identity and Performance: Animals in Life and Death
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Additional SHARE funding mentors!

Posted on 2 November 2015 by James Hegarty

Dear All, Just to say that Tracey Loughran, who is a member of the AHRC peer review college, has kindly agreed to review AHRC applications. Ian Rapley has also agreed to be a mentor for the AHRC INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT SCHEME. He obtained one of these this year and spent an enjoyable and productive period of
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