To assist with the preparation of additional data and the presentation of material for publication by the Society
To support research and in particular to assist in exceptional circumstances with the preparation of additional data and the presentation of material for publication in any of the Society’s publication platforms/vehicles (for e.g. the Proceedings or SAIR).
Inaugurated through a bequest made in July 1980 to which further funds were subsequently added in 1983 by Vera Collington in memory of her uncle Angus Graham to support publication in the Proceedings. Council Trustees agreed in 2018 to expand the remit of the grant to include any of the Society’s publications.
The Angus Graham Grant is awarded as a general Grant or Young or Student Fellows Grant that meets this specific remit. Detailed Grant guidelines are available with the application form below – please ensure you read these thoroughly before applying.
Any award is made on the recommendation of the Grants and Awards Committee and the approval of the Society’s Council.
Applications should be addressed to the Director and arrive in the Society offices on or before the 30 November each year. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that supporting referees are aware of their nomination and able to respond to enquiries from the Society.
The Grants and Awards Committee usually meets by March and their recommendations are considered by Council by end of April, applicants can therefore expect to hear whether they have been successful or not by either late April or May each year.
Further deadlines regarding the use of grant money and reporting can be found in the guidelines.
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