Leverhulme Centres information event: Recording available
26 September 2023
The University of Kent hosted a webinar on Leverhulme Research Centres and extended the invitation to academic and professional services staff across the Eastern Arc.
The speakers were Dr. Stephen Cave, Director of the Centre for the Future of Intelligence (Cambridge) and Dr. Adriana Ford, Centre Manager for Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires, Environment and Society (Imperial).
A recording of the session is available here.
Leverhulme’s flagship funding scheme offers up to £10m over 10 years for UK universities to set up a Research Centre for … “outstanding original research aspiring to achieve a step-change in scholarship.” The choice of research topic is open – with the usual exclusion of studies of disease, illness and disabilities in humans and animals; and research intended to inform clinical or medical practice. The chosen area should be sufficiently large-scale to support an ambitious but realistic research agenda for 10 years; and Centres may be single-site (one university) or multi-site (hub and spokes) – including international universities, where appropriate.
The Leverhulme Research Centre competition does not run to a fixed schedule. However, historically there has been a call approximately every three years. The previous invitation for applications took place in 2021. We are therefore anticipating a call launching late in 2023, with a deadline in 2024.
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