Conference Grants 2021
Conference Grants 2021 – Second Call
The TOEBI committee has decided to offer an exceptional second call for award applications in 2021 as many conferences did not announce their registration charges until after our usual April deadline.
We invite applications from TOEBI members who are graduate students or recent PhDs without a full-time post to support conference attendance (in-person or online) in 2021. Expenses covered may include conference fees, accommodation and travel. Available funds are modest and we cannot guarantee to grant the full amount requested. We will consider each year’s applications after the deadline and apportion the available funds as seems most appropriate. Preference may be given to those delivering papers and to those not funded in previous years. Applications should be sent to Helen Appleton, email@example.com, by 1st October 2021.
To apply please submit a completed TOEBI Grant Application Form.
Previous grant holders:
- 2020: Awards suspended due to Covid-19 pandemic.
- 2019: Caroline Batten (University of Oxford), John Gallagher (University of St Andrews), Chiara Giancoli (University of Nottingham) and Jacob Runner (University of Nottingham)
- 2018: Arendse Lund (UCL), Charlotte Liebelt (Canterbury Christ Church University) and Neville Mogford (Royal Halloway)
- 2017: David Callander (University of Cambridge) and Arendse Lund (UCL)
- 2016: Alison Killilea (University College Cork) and Christine Wallis (University of Sheffield)
- 2015: Kathryn Maude (King’s College London), Eleni Ponirakis (University of Nottingham), Heidi Stoner (University of York), Margaret Tedford (Queen’s University Belfast) and Hana Videen (King’s College London)
- 2014: Carl Kears (King’s College London) and Hana Videen (King’s College London)
- 2013: Jennifer Key (University of St Andrews) and Hana Videen (King’s College London)