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Spring Researcher-Led Initiative (RLI) Awards

We are delighted to announce that nine researcher-led initiatives were awarded funding following the Spring call for applications.

The successful initiatives were:

  • Allan Debelle; Life Sciences for 'Using Social Media in Academia' workshop
  • Eva Hillberg; Business, Management and Economics for 'Patient Activism and Digital Technology' workshop
  • Gemma Farrell; Media, Film and Music for 'Musedelica Symposium'
  • Joy Stacey; Media, Film and Music for 'MFM Doctoral Day'
  • Yeyang Su; Global Studies for 'Global Studies Thesis Writing Group'
  • Yvonne Salt; Global Studies for 'The Stuff of Love: exploring the materialities of romance' workshop and publication
  • Zahid Khalid; History, Art History & Philosophy for 'Environmental History of South Asia Workshop Networking Event'
  • Robert Dunphy; History, Art History & Philosophy for 'Phenomenology, Science, and Consciousness: The Transcendental and the Naturalistic' Graduate Conference
  • Rachael Taylor; Business, Management and Economics for 'Contemporary Food Issues & Brighton and Sussex Universities Food Network Symposium'

The next call for applications to the fund will open on Monday 15th August with a deadline of Monday 31st October.

Visit the funding pages of the Doctoral School website to find out more about the Researcher-Led Initiative Fund and other funding opportunities for doctoral researchers at Sussex.

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