On 21st November, The British Academy is coming to BU to host an information session.
The purpose of the session is to:
- give participants an understanding of the British Academy and its range of activities
- increase awareness of the Academy’s research funding opportunities.
- give some insight into evaluation criteria and what assessors are looking for in applications to the Academy.
Dr Ken Emond and Kate Kenyon will be hosting.
Dr Emond is the Head of Research Awards at the British Academy. Ken is a graduate of the University of St Andrews with a doctorate in Scottish History, for a thesis on the Minority of King James V, 1513-1528. After working in the Department of Transport, Ken joined the Academy in 1992. As Head of Research Awards since 2008, Ken is responsible for the administration of all of the Academy’s UK grants and fellowship schemes, and he has extensive experience in advising on research funding matters.
Kate Kenyon is an International Officer within the International Department of the British Academy. Kate is a Modern Languages graduate of University College London, and joined the Academy in 2011 following periods at the Italian Chamber of Commerce and the London Deanery. Kate is responsible for the administration of the International Department’s International Partnership and Mobility Scheme and the Academy’s involvement in the Tier 1 Exceptional Talent visa route.
- When: Wednesday, 21st November
- Time: 1.15 – 2.30pm
- Place: Allesbrook Lecture Theatre, Talbot campus
- How to book: Please click here to book your place.
Information about funding opportunities with the British Academy: http://www.britac.ac.uk/funding/index.cfm
For more information please contact Caroline O’Kane