Presented as part of the Arts Research Event Series, a strategic initiative in the Faculty of Arts that offers workshops, networking event and funding insights in an effort to connect scholars of all levels who are working in the same area of research.
The purpose of the SSHRC Insight Grant Program is to provide support for long-term research initiatives of two to five 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 2019 competition are encouraged to attend this information session, which will include:
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. The speakers will be:
Agnes Wong, Grants and Agreements Officer, Office of Sponsored Research (Downtown).
The purpose of this program is to foster the emergence of new research niches in all scientific fields covered by FRQNT and enhance the ability of Quebec researchers to compete in federal competitions by carrying out innovative projects; to promote the pooling of researchers with the complementary expertise needed to carry out a research project, and to provide a conducive environment to high-caliber student training and supervision.
The Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) is pleased to invite McGill researchers and administrators to an information session on FRQNT Team Research Project Grants
Dr. Jane Goodall, one of the world’s most influential and beloved advocates for nature conservation, will deliver the 2019 Beatty Lecture at McGill University on Thursday, September 26, from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm. Tickets for alumni, students and the public will go on sale at noon on August 15.