Internationalising research management is extending current research management practices to suit the global context. This means identifying funding opportunities, scoping projects and developing projects with an understanding of international practices, including post-award management. To do this successfully, you need knowledge of the requirements and (often hidden) expectations of partner institutions and funding bodies across the globe. This workshop will give you a better understanding of internationalisation efforts of funders to enable you to actively advise your organisation to set-up international collaborative networks and proposals with researchers and management staff in line with funders’ widening scope. Join us to raise your capacity for internationalised research management so that you can in turn support your institutions internationalisation strategy and increase international funding.
The workshop offers three main outcomes:
- Understand the similarities and differences between internationalisation efforts and proposal development for the major EU, USA and Australian funding bodies
- Deconstruct real-life examples from grant applications and post-award management to discover potential pitfalls in grant proposal development such as budget, management and legal issues and how to avoid them
- Understand how to adopt shared grant development techniques and development pipelines with international research managers using practical tools that enable international collaboration.
|Time||14:00 - 15:15|
|Date||Tuesday 5th June, 2018|
|Theme||Developing Research Proposals|
Annelies Van Ravestijn - Grant & Funding Manager, Radboudumc- Radboud University
Tessa Jones - Manager, Research Development and Graduate Research at Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences