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Posted by APM on 17th Nov 2015

The APM Research Fund supports project management researchers through funding, external validation, dissemination and promotional assistance and the potential for feedback and mentorship. It is open to individuals (academics, students, volunteers and practitioners) and organisations including APM Specific Interest Groups and Branches.

More details on the fund and the application process are available here.

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