Support Schemes Overview
Home to over 90 substantive professors. By placing a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research, LIAS offers support schemes designed to help academic staff to pursue and produce internationally excellent research and to showcase the best examples of these achievements
Our International Visiting Fellowship Scheme provides funding and administrative support for the University’s research groups to attract to Lincoln distinguished international researchers, including policymakers, representatives of the arts, business, government and industry. While the main aim of the scheme is to foster international research collaborations, we can also host Fellows based in the UK where their visit would enhance strategically important research areas at Lincoln.
Please visit the Fellowships page for further information.
Funding will be available for University of Lincoln staff (including early career researchers) to develop or strengthen teaching or research partnerships with overseas institutions. The call for applications will take place at two points throughout the academic year (October and February).
Please visit the Mobility Awards page for further information.
The University of Lincoln is home to more than 60 substantive professors. Our series of Professorial Inaugural lectures, open to the University community and wider public, is a celebration of leadership and research achievement among our Professoriate.
Please visit the Inaugural Lectures page for further information.
LIAS supports academic staff in developing their research interests, profile and outputs, as well as identifying opportunities for collaboration, working closely with the University's Research and Enterprise Department. In particular, we try to nurture new and emerging specialisms and networks, notably those interdisciplinary studies at the boundaries of established disciplines. This is delivered through targeted academic and administrative support in the form of training, networking events and professional development opportunities.
From summer 2019, LIAS will offer a series of Vacation Schools to host Lincoln-based PhD students and postdoctoral fellows, as well as early career researchers drawn from other institutions in the UK and overseas. These events will aim to help attendees gain new understanding of emerging fields of scholarly analysis in dialogue with senior researchers - including Lincoln staff and external academics and experts.