REIS SEMINAR SERIES 951-3: IAA drop-in session for Arts & Humanities Research Council funding

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This event is part of the REIS Seminar Programme series


Ella Keam

Speaker's Biography

Ella is responsible for supporting impact development across the University, including providing comprehensive project support across all IAA AHRC and MRC funding, and co- organising the Festival of Social Science and the Research & Innovation Awards Ceremony, the aim of which is recognising and rewarding Impact.

From: 14 Sep 2023, 12:30 p.m.
To: 14 Sep 2023, 1:30 p.m.
Location: Online via Zoom. Please register via ABW searching course code 951. 951-3 is the AHRC session on 14th Sept. You will be sent the Zoom link after registration., Online Event - Please see description

Swansea University has Impact Acceleration Account funding from UKRI to support impact projects across AHRC (Arts & Humanities), MRC (Medical), ESRC (Economics & Social Sciences), and EPSRC (Engineering & Physical Sciences).

The IAA is designed to offer more staff the opportunity to be involved in projects that contribute to impact from existing underpinning research and is open to eligible researchers at all career stages.

If you’re interested in the Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) and would like some advice/support in applying, this is an informal drop-in for Swansea University colleagues. Calls for AHRC and EPSRC IAA applications open in September - you can apply for up to £15,000 for impact projects.

This session will be focused on AHRC funding. Please feel free to pop along, even if it’s simply to meet the team!

Contact: Ella Keam (Email:

Event created by: t.m.chambers