Call for Proposals: Scotland 2030 – Roadshows

Throughout September we’ll be running a series of informative workshops to coincide with our most recent call for proposals.

Focusing on the theme of Scotland 2030, this call is intended to complement and support Scotland’s Futures Forum’s current major programme of work.  The call for proposals is now live, and further details can be found on the SUII website here.

Primarily, the workshops will cover the remit of the Institute, the support we provide to programmes, the criteria for applying for a knowledge exchange programme, the specific call theme, and key dates in the application process.  There will also be an opportunity to hear from someone who has recently run a successful programme and to discuss any initial project ideas.

Registration is free, and the dates and locations are as follows:

Thursday 7th September – Glasgow School of Art:

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Thursday 7th September – Stirling University:

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Friday 8th September – University of St Andrews:

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Friday 8th September – University of Dundee:

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Tuesday 12th September – University of Strathclyde:

Click here to register.

Wednesday 13th September – University of Edinburgh:

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Wednesday 13th September – Heriot Watt University:

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Author: scotinsight

The Scottish Universities Insight Institute supports programmes of knowledge exchange which address and provide insight on substantial issues that face Scotland and the wider world. Our programmes break down disciplinary and organisational barriers in bringing together academics from different backgrounds, policymakers and practitioners. We mobilise existing knowledge in fresh ways through sustained and collaborative focus on a shared issue and aim to support decision makers in all sectors of society in being better informed. Our partner universities are: Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Heriot Watt, St Andrews, Stirling, Strathclyde, and Associate Member Glasgow School of Art.

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