Events

The Department of Research, Business & Innovation (RB&I) coordinate a variety of information and networking events, open to staff including:

Full List

Event Name

Event Location

Description

Date

Timeslot

Bitesize Briefing: KTPs and Smart Partnerships

Executive Boardroom, Visualisation Centre

The presentation by Natalie Crawley (Knolwledge Transfer Partnership Manager, Welsh Government) will give details of the KTP and SMART Partnership programmes, with time for questions after the presentation. 

You are welcome to bring your own lunch or drink.

For further information contact Rebecca Charnock (rbc1@aber.ac.uk) or Marie Neal (man15@aber.ac.uk)

 

Monday 19th June

13:10-14:00

Event Name

Event Location

Description

Date

Timeslot

Bitesize Briefing: KTPs and Smart Partnerships

Executive Boardroom, Visualisation Centre

The presentation by Natalie Crawley (Knolwledge Transfer Partnership Manager, Welsh Government) will give details of the KTP and SMART Partnership programmes, with time for questions after the presentation. 

You are welcome to bring your own lunch or drink.

For further information contact Rebecca Charnock (rbc1@aber.ac.uk) or Marie Neal (man15@aber.ac.uk)

 

Monday 19th June

13:10-14:00

 

Research Grants

Event Name

Event Location

Description

Date

Timeslot

Expert Seminar:  ‘Building a Research Grant Portfolio’

IBERS.30

 

 

Michael Woods is Professor Transformative Social Science and Co-Director of the Centre for Welsh Politics and Society / WISERD@Aberystwyth. Over the last twenty years he has obtained over £12m in research grants and contracts from funding bodies including the ESRC, AHRC, European Research Council, EU Framework Programme 7, Horizon 2020, the Welsh and UK governments and others. Major projects have included GLOBAL-RURAL on globalization and rural areas, IMAJINE on spatial justice and territorial inequalities, the WISERD Civil Society research centre, Wales Rural Observatory, and work on rural protest and community leadership.

Seminars are open to all disciplines and all researchers.

The seminar includes time for questions and answers.  No need to book in advance, but please contact rdostaff@aber.ac.uk if you need more information.

 

Thursday 24th May

13:10 - 14:00