I am delighted to be able to congratulate Richard Berger and Bronwen Thomas / Julia Round in the Media School for being awarded grants from the AHRC! Congratulations – this is a huge success and a great achievement for the University.
Also in the Media School congratulations are due to Kris Erikson for winning a grant from the Intellectual Property Office to undertake a project to inform the Hargreaves Review, Rosie Cullen for arranging the Southern Script Festival 2, Stephanie Farmer (Red Balloon) for securing a contract with New Master Planning to produce a short film, Matt Northam for winning another contract with Drum Cussac, Jon Wardle for securing a contract with Sony to provide CPD, Richard Berger for arranging the CEMP Media Education Summit 2012, and to Graham Goode for winning a contract with Dorset Wildlife Trust,
Congratulations are also due to Richard Stillman in the School of Applied Sciences for winning a contract with Ducks Unlimited to undertake bird modelling in the Humboldt Bay, Bronwen Russell and Jonathan Monteith for winning a contract with Dorset Ecology, and to Kathy Hodder for securing a contract with Fieldwork Ecological Services.
In HSC, congratulations are due to Joanne Holmes for securing a contract with Partners in Care, and to Peter Thomas, Zoe Sheppard and Sarah Thomas for winning a contract to deliver consultancy services to Poole Hospital NHS Trust.
In the School of Tourism congratulations to Adam Blake who has secured a small consultancy contract with Tourism Respect.
Good luck to Richard Stillman (ApSci) with a bid to Darts Farm, Fabian Homberg (BS) for submitting a bid to the Intellectual Property Office, Martin Kretschmer (BS) for submitting a large bid to the AHRC, Carol Bond and Marilyn Cash (HSC) for a bid to Bournemouth and Poole PCT to evaluate the implementation and use of RISC software, Anthea Innes and Michele Board (HSC) for a bid to the NIHR, Tim Darvill and Bronwen Russell (ApSci) for a bid to English Heritage to continue the AIP project, Christos Gatzidis (DEC) for a bid to the European Commission, Carrie Hodges (MS) for submitting a bid to the British Academy to investigate transforming promotional cultures, Stephanie Farmer (MS) for a collaborative bid with Bovington Tank Museum to REACT, Jenny Piesse (BS) for a bid to the ESRC’s follow-on fund, Martin Kretschmer (BS) for an FP7 bid to the European Commission, Anthea Innes, Edwin van Teijlingen, Sarah Hean, Marilyn Cash, Fran Biley, Lee-Ann Fenge, Helen Buckley (HSC) for a bid to the Joseph Rowntree Society to review risk, trust and relationships in an aging society, Jonathan Parker (HSC) for a bid to the Higher Education Academy’s Doctoral Programme, and finally to Dan Franklin (ApSci) for a bid to NERC’s New Investigator Grant call. Good luck to you all!