Hong Kong/Beijing time
Join us for an express (45 min) webinar in which Dr. Rachel Baron takes you through the do’s and don’t’s of proposal writing.
Use our insights – developed over a decade of editing research grant proposals from researchers at top Hong Kong universities – to ensure your application conveys both your proposed study itself and its short- and long-term impacts appropriately to the reviewers and decision-makers. For those applying to other schemes, the underlying principles can still be transferred over.
Head of Training and Development & Managing Editor (Social Sciences), AsiaEdit
Dr Baron has a PhD in Psychology from Exeter University, where she later became a Lecturer on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology course.
She convened the Research Methods component of the course and provided research supervision to more than 10 doctoral students.
Dr Baron has published nine research papers in top academic journals and has collaborated on writing several research grant proposals. Over the past 13 years, she has edited thousands of academic papers, rising from editor to the Head of Training and Development and Managing Editor for Social Sciences at AsiaEdit. Her vast editing and training experience has helped numerous authors successfully publish their research.
Those applying for research grant funding, especially to the CRF and FDS programs.
45 minutes, followed by live Q&A with Dr Baron. You may submit questions ahead of time at the registration link.
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