Genetics Society Public Engagement Grants, deadlines 1 March and 1 September
9 February 2022
Public Engagement - funding
Genetics Society Public Engagement Grants Grants provide up to £5,000 to members of the Genetics Society to cover costs associated with travel and materials for public engagement activities relevant to Genetics.
A two-tier system is in operation, allowing both small and larger scale projects to be assessed:
- Applications for Tier 1 will be considered for small activities, costing up to £1000.
- Applications for Tier 2 will be considered for larger activities, costing from £1-5000.
For public engagement activities located outside of the UK, a strong link with the UK must be demonstrated for the application to be eligible.
Successful applicants must:
- acknowledge Genetics Society support at their activity or event
- feature the Genetics Society logo in any new promotional items produced
Where possible, applications should be submitted at least three months in advance of the project start date. A decision would normally be expected within four weeks.
Application deadlines are @ midnight on 1st March and 1st September.
Membership cost (yearly): undergraduate member - £5, postgraduate member - £15, full member - £25
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