3 April 2019
Dr Stephanie Burridge, Independent Scholar, Singapore
Writing research grant proposals
This workshop/seminar will focus on preparing research grant applications for academic projects. It is a presentation of generic requirements and includes framing of a proposal, key requirements and components, inclusions, time frame, accountability, and delivery contracts for grants.
Stephanie Burridge (PhD) lectures at LASALLE College of the Arts and Singapore Management University. She was Artistic Director of Canberra Dance Theater (1978-2001) and was awarded the first Fellowship at the Australian Choreographic Center. She has published over 30 academic papers and articles and is the Series Editor for Routledge Celebrating Dance in Asia and the Pacific commissioning anthologies from Cambodia, India, Malaysia, Australia, Taiwan, Singapore and the South Pacific. Other book series are Routledge, Perspectives on Dance, Young People and Change that include Dance Education around the World (2015); Dance Access and Inclusion (2017) and Dance Crossing Borders (release 2020) . She serves on several journal editorial panels and is a choreographer, performer, dance writer, educator and critic. Her performance and research projects have been funded by the Australia Council, Arts ACT, NIE (as a collaborator), Singapore International Foundation, National Arts Council Singapore and more – she has sat on several panels to assess grant applications for research.