CLOSED FOR 2022
The 2022 Call for Proposals is now closed and the 2023 call will open in Winter. Keep an eye on our social media pages and website from December 2022 for more details.
The Panmure House Prize in 15 seconds
Frequently Asked Questions
23.59 (BST) 4 April 2022.
No, you do not have to be academic faculty but you must be affiliated with an academic institution.
Junior faculty may be also be referred to as ‘early career academics'. Applicants should be in their first 5 years after the completion of their PhD.
Yes, we consider proposals from PhD candidates and we welcome applications from PhD students working with tenured faculty.
The money will be paid directly to the institution with which the winner is affiliated with. The institution will deploy it as agreed with the principal investigator, and as fully agreed within the Institutional Agreement.
We expect the recipient to keep judicious notes of where capital has been allocated. Money can be used to cover any expenses directly related to conducting the proposed research project. This includes, but not limited to:
- costs associated with procuring data
- costs associated with technology infrastructure
- costs associated with hiring assistants to help with data analysis
Costs associated to expenses procured that are not directly related to the research process, i.e. brick & mortar rental payments, are outside of the scope.
No. Estates and indirect costs are not eligible to be covered or claimed against the Panmure House Prize.
We will tally the exact amount in GBP via a standard USD/ GBP conversion in July 2022.