Important note: For data analysis purposes, we ask that applicants do not include the words ‘Cov-19’, ‘Covid-19’ or ‘Coronavirus’ in the Lay Summary, Technical Summary or Title sections unless the application relates to proposed research in this area.
PATHWAYS TO IMPACT UPDATE
Following the removal of the “Pathways to Impact” attachment and “Impact Summary”, we are now in a period of transition.
Any new Calls closing from March 1st will not have a “Pathways to Impact” attachment or an “Impact Summary”. Any new applications submitted to our Open Calls will also not be accepted if they include a Pathways to Impact attachment or an Impact Summary.
For Open Calls (Research Grants, Research Grants Early Career, Leadership Fellows, Leadership Fellows Early Career, Follow on Funding for Impact and Engagement and Research Networking) there will be a period of transition where applications submitted prior to March 1st will have a “Pathways to Impact”. The AHRC’s assessment criteria for impact and our commitment to funding high quality applications with impact has not changed and all applications with and without a “Pathways to Impact” attachment will continue to be assessed using this assessment criteria.
AHRC staff and our Peer Review College have been briefed on this transition period to enable the grant funding process to continue.
AHRC’s Research, Development and Engagement Fellowship Scheme (Early Career Route) is designed to support early career arts and humanities researchers, enabling each Fellow to undertake ambitious, innovative research and to develop as researchers, thus enhancing their careers.
AHRC’s Research, Development and Engagement Fellowship Scheme (Standard Route) is designed to support both mid-career and established arts and humanities researchers, enabling each Fellow to undertake ambitious, innovative research and to develop as researchers, thus enhancing their careers.
The aim of this funding call is to support original, collaborative research that will improve the current support system for victims and survivors of modern slavery, in order to fulfil their individual needs in short-term and longer-term recovery.
The Engaging with Government programme is a three-day course which will take place in February 2021 and is designed to provide an insight into the policy making process, and help participants develop the skills needed to pursue the policy implications of their research. It also aims to build links between policy makers and the most dynamic new research in the arts and humanities. We are inviting eligible researchers to submit an application to attend the course.
AHRC, in collaboration with BBC Radio 3, are inviting Expressions of Interest from arts and humanities researchers from all disciplines specialising in, or with interests in, Black, Asian and ethnically diverse classical music composers.
Proposals must take an interdisciplinary approach bringing together arts and humanities researchers, environmental scientists, social scientists and, economists to form substantial research collaborations.