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Impact Statements with Impact, Support Letters that Support: ‘Grantsmanship’ tips for selling your industry partnerships and ‘pathways-to-impact’

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This seminar aims to share effective grant-writing practices and lessons for successfully communicating: (1) the value, contribution and relevance of your industry partnerships; and (2) a compelling ‘pathways-to-impact’ statement. In particular, the seminar shares insights into the ‘psychology’ of reviewers and review panels: what appeals to them and what turns them off, what is likely to make them recommend funding and why they might urge a funding agency to turn an application down.

Eoin is the Director of IfM’s Centre for Science, Technology & Innovation Policy. Eoin was one of the founding team that set up the Irish national research agency (Science Foundation Ireland), has helped run or participated in peer review processes for science & technology agencies in the UK, Europe, the US, Asia and the Gulf region. Eoin has read more research grant proposals and reviews than he cares to remember. Eoin is currently co-authoring a book (with a former US National Science Foundation programme director) on ‘How to Write a Successful Research Grant Proposal’.

This talk is part of the Collaboration Skills Initiative series.

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