There are still places available for this online workshop, facilitated by Eva Papadapoulou, Research Facilitator and Amanda Lazar, Impact Advisor.
Writing about impact in a grant application can be challenging. However, a strong description of the benefits you hope your project will have on society and the economy, and the means you will take to get there, can make all the difference between getting funded or not.
The RKEDF online training session will help you understand what you need to include for the best chance of success and look at the different ways impact may be considered within each call.
Since the UKRI removed the Pathways to Impact sections of grant applications, they actually expect impact to be even more embedded within funding bids. So, how do you write about impact in grant applications? And what counts as impact?
This session is aimed at researchers at all stages of their careers but is likely to be especially useful for ECRs preparing their first funding bids.