GrantCraft are excited to announce the launch of their annual Research Engagement Grant. The award is specifically designed to assist those at the beginning of their research career to develop their network and research engagement profile.
The grant can be used for activities such as:
- Public engagement; for example, the production of an exhibition that engages the public in the research process or research findings
- Visiting another research group; for example, to deliver a seminar and interact with other researchers
- Communicating and engaging with other researchers; for example, through presenting a paper/poster at a conference
The GrantCraft Research Engagement Grant will be open to PhD students and is designed to support activities that will develop and enhance the grant recipient’s research engagement profile.
The award is for up to £1,000 to cover full or partial costs.
Applications must be submitted by those currently carrying out a PhD and each application must be supported by the student’s PhD supervisor.
How to apply
For details of how to apply, submission dates and a full list of criteria, please see the dedicated Research Engagement Grant page of GrantCraft’s website: