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Research Strategy Committee

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Research Strategy Committee

 

The Research Strategy Committee (RSC) is a standing committee of the MMLL Faculty Board which deals with all aspects of research in the Faculty. One of its main functions is to assist with and coordinate applications for research funding. The majority of research grant applications from the Faculty must be submitted through the Research Operations Office (ROO) of the University. 

 

All applications must be submitted to the RSC via the Research Administrator (researchadmin@mmll.cam.ac.uk), accompanied by the cover sheet and a draft of your application.

 

All applications must meet both internal and external deadlines for submission, or risk not being approved. The deadlines are as follows:

  • External funder deadline (where relevant): see relevant funder webpages.
  • Internal ROO deadline: 2-7 days before the funder deadline (see ROO submission website for information).
  • Internal RSC (MMLL) deadline: up to 7 working days before ROO deadline (see below).

 

Applications under £60k must be forwarded to the RSC (via the Research Administrator), with approval of the relevant Director of Section, for information.

Applications between £60k and £1m require formal approval by the Chair of RSC in consultation with relevant members of the committee. Applicants must contact the Research Administrator at least six weeks before the funding body's submission deadline. The full application must be submitted to the RSC at least five days before the ROO deadline.

Applications of £1m and over require formal approval by the full RSC. Applicants must contact the Research Administrator at least six weeks before the funding body's submission deadline. The full application must be submitted to the RSC at least seven days before the ROO deadline.

 

Any queries on grant funding should be addressed to the Research Administrator.

 

Committee Members 2022/23

  • Professor Henriette Hendriks, Director of Research (Chair)
  • Professor Geoffrey Kantaris, Co-Chair of the Faculty Board
  • Professor Ianthi Tsimpli, Co-Chair of the Faculty Board
  • Professor Emma Gilby, French
  • Professor Andrew Webber, German 
  • Dr Stanley Bill, Slavonic Studies 
  • Professor Rodrigo Cacho, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Professor Ian Roberts: Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
  • Dr Anna Frohnwieser, Research Administrator (in attendance, Secretary)

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