RSM Funding Award
- RSM Funding Award
RSM Funding Award
FAQ RSM Funding Award
What is the objective of the award?
Showing appreciation for RSM researchers who invest in time-consuming, complex and competitive funding applications that resulted in a substantial grant.
Who can be nominated?
Any RSM faculty member who in the academic year 2015/2016 has either won:
- A prestigious personal grant (e.g. ERC, NWO veni/vidi/vici) OR
- A H2020 Grand Societal Challenge grant with an impressive European consortium OR
- Several grants in one year OR
- A unique large grant for a research or educational project after months of negotiating and networking
Who can nominate candidates for the award?
RSM faculty members can nominate themselves or a colleague.
How many candidates can be nominated?
Each person can nominate one candidate.
What is the nomination period?
Nominations can be submitted by
15 October 2016.
Who will assess the nominations?
A jury of senior faculty from outside RSM will evaluate the submissions. The RSM Executive Board will decide on a winner, considering the input from the jury.
What are the criteria for assessing the nominations?
The jury will consider all of the following criteria:
- Prestige and volume of the grant
- Exceptionality of the grant for RSM
- Potential for positive impact of the grant on business, people, the environment, or the school
- Diversity of the network involved in the research project (regions, types of organisations, interdisciplinarity)
What is the prize?
The prize is a cash prize of €1,500 that can be invested in career development, accompanied by a plaque.
When will the winners be announced?
The winners will be announced during the Steef of the Union on 12 December 2016.