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Information meeting ahead of the final evaluation of Linnaeus grants

The final evaluation of the Linnaeus grants will take place in 2019. We are now inviting contact persons and representatives from each Linnaeus Centre to an information meeting ahead of the evaluation. During the meeting, we will be presenting the evaluation procedure and informing about how and when the data collection will be implemented for the two calls in 2005 and 2007.

Date

25 October 2018

Time

13.00–16.00

Place

Swedish Research Council, Västra Järnvägsgatan 3, Stockholm

Registration

The invitation is aimed at contact persons and representatives from the higher education institutions that received Linnaeus grants.

Programme

13.00–13.15 Sven Stafström, Director-General, greets participants and introduces the meeting

13.15–14.30 Review of the evaluation procedure and questions for the evaluation

14.30-15.00 Coffee

15.00–16.00 Questions and discussion about the procedure for the final evaluation of the Linnaeus grants

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Contact

For questions regarding the evaluation

linne2019@vr.se

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