SRHE Prize for Newer Researchers - Online Form


2017 Call for Applications and Guidelines
  • To minimise errors and possible loss of information, please compose your application in a word processing application with no formatting and paste into the form below.
  • The SRHE Prize for Newer Researchers is sponsored by Taylor & Francis Group and SRHE.
  • Closing date: 31 March 2017
Name And Contact Details Of Applicant
Title
First Name
Family Name
Home Address
Work Address (if applicable)
Institution
Current Position Held
Daytime Telephone Number
Mobile Number
Email
Referees
Referee (1) Full Name And Title
Referee (1) Institution
Referee (1) Position
Referee (1) Email
Referee (2) Full Name And Title
Referee (2) Institution
Referee (2) Position
Referee (2) Email
Academic Qualifications
please include all higher level qualifications, including any currently being undertaken (Institution, From, To, Title Of Degree)
Employment Experience And Research Experience
Please give a brief summary of your job history. (NOTE: It is not essential to have specific or relevant employment or research experience to enter for this award)
Details Of The Proposed Research
Title
Project Aims and Research Questions (maximum 350 words)
Background and Rationale of the proposed research (maximum 250 words)
Research Methodology/Framework (maximum 200 words)
Costs, Budgets and Timescales (please summarise and itemise planned costs and the budget for this proposed research against a planned timetable of one year's duration).
Expected Outcomes and Plans for Dissemination (maximum 200 words)
How do you expect the project will help develop your research knowledge and support your career development? (maximum 200 words)
Please summarise your proposal in a maximum of 100 words
References to literature made in this proposal, plus any additional information (if required)
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