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Workshop 3: ARC DP - Project Quality and Innovation

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Workshop 3: ARC Discovery Projects - Project Quality and Innovation

14th October 2016 - 08:30 to 11:30, Senate Conference Room (second offer)

Research grant applications are unlike writing a paper where you are describing what you have done. To make your application as competitive as possible you must explain clearly and simply but with sufficient detail, what you will do. It is a funding prospectus which must convince assessors who do not know the area to invest the sparse dollars available in your project rather than 80% of the other applications. It must be innovative and worthwhile in a research output sense and ideally with social, economic and environmental outcomes.

This workshop will cover the major points to consider in order to make your application as competitive as possible.

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Professor Alan Johnson AM, a previous member of the ARC College of Experts and previous ARC Executive Director will be visiting Murdoch from 10th to 14th October to facilitate three workshops on improving the competitiveness of future ARC Discovery Projects applications.

Professors Helena Grehan (current ARC College of Experts member) and Giles Hardy (previous ARC College of Experts member) will provide expert advice from their experience as a College member, including how to address crucial aspects of the application (including FOR codes, Title, Summary) and current ARC issues and assessment processes

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