|Session:||Tuesday 3rd July PM (14.15 - 15.30)|
|Title:||Developing Effective Research Proposals|
|Affiliation:||University of Kent|
Anyone who has been a member of a funding council will tell you that many of the proposals they see are not well-written. Research questions are often poorly explicated, methods insufficiently related and the literature reviewed can end up too wide-ranging and only loosely tied to research aims.
This session illustrates how these problems can be overcome, leaving you in a better position to convince the funding body to do the only thing that matters: Give YOU money! Whether you are an anthropologist or a neuroscientist, if you want to getyour proposal funded, this session is for you!
The level of the session is: Accessible