Office of Sponsored Research

24Aug201710:00
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The purpose of the FRQSC’s Research Support for New Academics program is to assist researchers who have just launched their careers to become established as independent researchers, and also more competitive nationally and internationally.

New researchers in social sciences and humanities, arts and literature who are planning to apply to the upcoming FRQSC fall 2017 competition are encouraged to attend this information session, which will include:

28Aug201710:30
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Genome Canada has the intention of launching a funding competition for large scale applied research in agriculture and agri-food.

29Aug201710:00
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The purpose of the SSHRC Insight Grant Program is to provide support for long-term research initiatives of 2 to 5 years for emerging and established scholars in the social sciences and humanities.

Researchers in social sciences and humanities, arts and literature who are planning to apply to the upcoming SSHRC Insight Grant fall 2017 competition are encouraged to attend this information session, which will include:

30Aug201710:00
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The purpose of the SSHRC Partnership Development Grants (PDG) is to provide support over one to three years for teams working in formal collaboration between postsecondary institutions and/or organizations of various types in the social sciences and humanities.

7Sep201710:30
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The goal of this information session is to provide tips on successful Discovery Grant proposals. This session is open to Applicants from all Evaluation Groups. Questions and answers will be welcome throughout. You are encouraged to attend this outreach session if you are planning to apply to this year’s competition.

7Sep201714:00
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The Office of Sponsored Research is pleased to invite McGill researchers and administrators to an information session on National Geographic funding opportunities.  Both emerging and established researchers are encouraged to attend.

12Sep201710:30
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This information session is held particularly for researchers applying to Evaluation Groups 1501 (Genes, Cells and Molecules) and 1502 (Biological Systems and Functions).

The goal is to provide tips on successful Discovery Grant proposals well in line with NSERC’s mandate and evaluation criteria. You are encouraged to attend this outreach session if you are planning to apply to this year’s competition.

13Sep201710:30
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12:00

 

The goal of this information session is to provide tips on successful Discovery Grant proposals. This session is open to Applicants from all Evaluation Groups. Questions and answers will be welcome throughout. You are encouraged to attend this outreach session if you are planning to apply to this year’s competition.