Graduate Research and Innovation Fund Successful Candidates, March 2019

The most recent round of the College of Social Sciences and Law Graduate School’s Graduate Research and Innovation Fund awardees are listed below:

Ms Leticia Barbabela (School of Politics & International Relations), €500 towards expenses presenting at the Fourth Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Forum, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla, Ukraine, 13-15 June 2019;
Ms Kate Barrett (School of Psychology), €154.50 towards the registration fee for the Association for Contextual Behavioural Science World Conference, Dublin, 26-30 June 2019;
Ms Deirdre Bennett, (School of Education), €750 to present at the 11th Triennial Conference of History of Women Religious, Notre Dame, Indiana, 22-26 June 2019;
Ms Geraldine Boland, (School of Psychology), €400 towards presenting at the International Association of Scientific Study of Intellectual & Development Disabilities World Congress, Glasgow, 6-9 August 2019;
Ms Dytui Chakravarty (School of Sociology), €183.63 towards expenses incurred presenting at the Geographies of Gender: An Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Winchester, 4-6 January 2019;
Ms Lara Commis, (School of Archaeology), €500 for presenting at the Eleventh Experimental Archaeology Conference, University of Trento, 2-4 May 2019;
Mr Philip Doyle, (School of Information & Communication Studies); €400 towards presenting at the CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Glasgow, 4-9 May 2019;
Ms Ruth Ferris (School of Education), €750 for expenses incurred presenting at the Cushwa Conference, Indiana, 23-26 June 2019;
Ms Alison Galbari, (School of Archaeology), €400 to present at the XVIth International Congress of Celtic Studies, Bangor, 22-26 July 2019;
Ms Orla Gallagher, (School of Psychology), €400 for expenses incurred presenting at the British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference, Liverpool, 18-20 June 2019;
Ms Jessica Gleman, (School of Archaeology), €400 to present at the 18th International Workgroup of Palaeoethnobotany, University of Salento, 3-8 June 2019;
Ms Supriya Kapoor, (School of Economics), €500 to present at the Ninth International Conference Financial Engineering & Banking Society, University of Economics, Prague, 30 May – 1 June 2019;
Ms Jennifer Keating (School of Psychology), €300 for expenses incurred presenting at the British Psychological Society Cognitive Psychology Section, Stoke-on-Trent, 4-6 September 2019;
Mr Joseph Lavelle, (School of Psychology), €154.50 towards the registration fee for the Association for Contextual Behavioural Science World Conference, Dublin, 26-30 June 2019;
Mr Jesper Lindqvist, (School of Politics & International Relations), €300 to present at the 19th European Political Science Association conference, Belfast, 20-22 June 2019;
Mr Jack McCarthy, (School of Geography), €500 towards expenses incurred presenting at the European Society of Rural Sociologists, Trondheim, 25-28 June 2019;
Mr Niall MacDhonnagain (School of Psychology), €250 for expenses presenting at the International Conference on Youth Mental Health, Brisbane, 26-28 October 2019;
Ms Sinead McGrath, (School of Politics & International Relations), €680.89 for expenses incurred presenting at the XXXVII International Conference of the Latin American Studies Association, Boston, 24-27 May 2019;
Ms Loise Macharia, (School of Information & Communication Studies), €500 for expenses presenting at the Annual Conference of the Society for Terrorism Research, Oslo, 20-22 June 2019;
Ms Shamal Mirza, (School of Sociology), €750 in order to present at the Sixth International Conference on Education, Social Science & Humanities, Istanbul, 24-26 July 2019;
Mr Gavin Murphy, (School of Education), €500 to present at the European Conference of Education Research, Hamburg, 2-6 September ;
Ms Rachel Niland, (School of Psychology), €95 for expenses incurred presenting at the BPS 16th Annual Psychology Health & Medicine Conference, Maynooth, 22 March;
Mr Ryan Nolan, (School of Sociology), €500 for expenses incurred presenting at the Third Annual Memory Studies Association Conference, Madrid, 25-29 June 2019;
Ms Grace Sheridan, (School of Psychology), €500 for expenses presenting at the 16th European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Conference, Rotterdam, 13-16 June 2019;
Ms Alison Stapleton, (School of Psychology), €154.50 towards the registration fee for the Association for Contextual Behavioural Science World Conference, Dublin, 26-30 June 2019;
Mr David Stone, (School of Archaeology), €500 towards expenses incurred presenting at the 18th International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany, Lecce, 3-8 June 2019;
Dr Conal Twomey, (School of Psychology), €500 for expenses incurred presenting at the World Psychiatric Association World Congress of Psychiatry, Lisbon, 21-24 August 2019;
Mr Jonathan Wren, (School of Philosophy), €400 for expenses incurred presenting at the “Thinking with Jean-Luc Nancy” conference, University of Oxford, 28-30 March 2019;
Mr Diego Zambiasi, (School of Economics), €407.52 for expenses incurred presenting at the RGS Doctoral Conference, Bochum, 19-20 February 2019.
March 2019

 



Graduate Research and Innovations Fund, General Information

Grants of between €100 and €1000 may be made available by the College of Social Sciences & Law to support the educational, training and research endeavours of graduate research students within the Graduate School. Such funds may be applied to (but are not restricted to):

  • Participation at professional academic conferences (in Ireland and overseas) at which the student is presenting a paper (as sole or co-author) or poster.
  • Participation in professional academic workshops, symposia, summer schools or Master Classes at other university or research institutions to which the student has applied and been accepted and which are deemed appropriate by that student’s DSP.
  • Support for graduate student initiatives in organising graduate workshops, symposia or Master Classes to be held at UCD.
  • Support for the purchase of research infrastructure (software licences etc) only where such purchase will result in a net gain to the graduate community as a whole. Co-funding (from School, thematic programme and/or external agency) is a pre-condition for the consideration of such applications.
  • The event for which funding is being awarded must take place within six months before and six months after the submission deadline for the grant. Exceptions to this are only granted under very exceptional circumstances.
  • The fund cannot support basic research functions necessary to the research project itself such as field research, data gathering, data analysis etc. Applications to purchase personal computers, laptops or books cannot be accepted.

The following conditions apply to applications for the above:

  • All applicants must be fully registered graduate research students whose primary supervisor is a staff member of a School within the College of Social Sciences & Law at the time of claim.
  • All applicants must be in satisfactory fee status at the time of claim.
  • Incomplete and/or unsigned applications will not be considered.
  • Notification of awards will be made publicly on the Graduate School web site no later than 10 working days after the deadline.
  • A letter will be sent care of the applicant’s School confirming whether the applicant has been successful or not.
  • Claims must be submitted within one month from the date of the event for which the award has been made, or within one month of the award, whichever is later, otherwise this award will be disallowed. Claims should be submitted to the address below.
  • Claimants must submit their own claims. Claims should not be put through by a third party.
  • Please fill in as much detail as possible so that the Grif committee is able to assess the application to its best potential.
  • One application per event is required.
  • If the application is for a School organised conference, evidence of support from the School should be provided.
  • Please provide extra details if the application is to attend a workshop,

At least two calls for applications under the GRIF are made each year (October and April). A template for such applications is provided and completed applications must be signed by a member of the student’s DSP/MRP. Each application will be judged under specific criteria by a subcommittee nominated by the Graduate School Board. The Graduate School Director shall chair the subcommittee. The subcommittee’s decision is final.

In respect of applications for various categories of travel grant – and for indicative purposes only – the maximum likely award for Ireland-based events will be €250; for comparable events elsewhere in Europe, €500; and for exceptional overseas events, €750. All expenses (travel, subsistence, registration fees) must be specified in advance and itemised and evidenced by way of receipts on return. No funding will be made for non-receipted expenses and no advances may be paid. Students must submit original receipts and boarding pass stubs (if available) for reimbursement.

The selection criteria will be assessed on the value for money, impact to the applicant, School and College along with the quality of the application.

All claims for which the grant is sought must be submitted within one month to the CCSL Graduate School after the event takes place, or within one month of the award, whichever is later, otherwise they will be disallowed.

All recipients of GRIF support for presenting papers at professional academic conferences will be automatically included as applicants to submit their paper at the annual College of Social Sciences & Law Graduate Research Symposium and/or College-sponsored PhD roundtables.

Applicants must sign that they have read and accept the terms and conditions of the Graduate Research & Innovation Fund.

Download ‌‌GRIF_template_to_seek_funding_Mar_19 (MS Word)

Download GRIF_terms_conditions_March_19(MS Word)

 

Applications should be sent by hard copy and email by 1pm on Friday 15th March 2019 to:

 

Ms Margaret Brindley

Graduate School Manager

D111 Newman Building

Tel: 716 8268

Email: Margaret.brindley@ucd.ie

 

The Grif committee’s decision is final.  Incomplete and late applications will not be processed.

 

Associate Professor Nuala Brady

Director, College of Social Sciences & Law Graduate School


Past Award Winners