Alessandra is grant applications manager at LSE. She is enthusiastic about supporting bids and has a keen interest in UK and European research policy. Alessandra joined the Research Division after working at The Open University as Development Officer, in charge of pre- and post-award of European projects, and as a post-doctoral researcher. Alessandra has a PhD in ‘Postcolonial and Cultural Studies’ from The University of Naples, L’Orientale and is author of ‘Acts of Angry Writing: on Citizenship and Orientalism in Postcolonial India’ (2015). With a background in gender studies, literature and political theory, she is particularly passionate about interdisciplinary research. Alessandra combines her academic background and her expertise in funding opportunities to provide the highest standards of research support to academic colleagues.
LSE’s Research Division has trialled new ways of engaging academic and professional services staff (PSS) across the School to reform its structure and move from a reactive to proactive approach to support academics developing (impact from) excellent Research. Research excellence requires collaboration between researchers at all levels of seniority, research managers, and other PSS both …
|Theme:||Service Organisation and Delivery|
|Level:||Operational / Administration|
|Speakers:||Peter Broekema, Alessandra Marino, Rachel Middlemass|