The Research Liaison Office invites junior researchers to a series of seminars on how to write research applications.
You can now sign up for the first two seminars (see information below).  More seminars will follow early 2016.
We are happy that our guest speakers are willing to share their experiences. As you can see, the first speaker comes from social sciences, while the second speaker comes from the natural sciences. One ‘philosophy’ behind these seminars is that you can benefit from different perspectives and that there is much to be gained from listening not only to researchers in your own field.  If possible, we therefore suggest that you sign up for both seminars.
Seminar 1:

On Tuesday October 20th at 10.00-12.00, Professor Gunnel Forsberg from the Department of Human Geography will talk about:

Reflections on applications for external research funding.
Sign up here.  (No later than October 15th.)
Seminar 2:
On Tuesday December 15th at 10.00-12.00, Professor Martin Högbom from the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics will talk about:

Research grant applications, experiences as an applicant and reviewer.
Sign up here.   (No later than December 10th.)
Both seminars include a short coffee break with time to mingle.
Best regards,
Gunilla Allstig and colleagues at the Research Liaison Office