Internal (SFU) Grants
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15 DEC 2017
SSHRC Small Grants (SFU/SSHRC Institutional Grants)
// FALL — OPEN
SSHRC Small Research Grants support scholarly research in the contemporary arts, humanities and social sciences for expenses up to a maximum of $7,000. A lead applicant, together with one or more eligible coinvestigators may apply in a single application for up to a maximum of $10,000.
Terms of Reference: PDF
Committee Membership: PDF
VPR Travel Grants, Social Science & Humanities
// POOL 2 — OPEN
POOL 2 (Conference begins 1 SEP 2017 to 31 MAR 2018)
Deadline - at least two weeks in advance of conference. Funds are allocated on a first come, first serve basis; the competition will remain open until funds are exhausted.
VP Research Travel Grants are provided for faculty in areas supported by SSHRC to attend conferences to present a paper (including the presentation of a poster in a poster session), to serve as a keynote speaker or in the case of faculty in the School for the Contemporary Arts, to present one’s own creative work to a peer group.
Note: Please do not send applications prior to the announcement that POOL 2 is "OPEN". Announcements are sent through our public email list membership.
University Publications Fund - Rapid Response Publications // OPEN
President Research Start-up Grant (PRSG)
Teaching and Learning Development Grants
Administered through SFU's Institute for the Study of Teaching and Learning in the Disciplines (ISTLD), Teaching and Learning Development Grants provide funding for SFU faculty to conduct research about teaching and learning.
For more information, including how to apply, please see the ISTLD's website here.
Please note that, since these grants are administered through the ISTLD, no SFU Signature Sheet is required.
VPR Major Research Project Application Preparation Grants
Provides assistance to SFU faculty members applying for major external research grants.
VPR Major Research Project Application Preparation Grants: PDF
SFU Open Access Fund
The SFU Open Access Fund supports SFU authors publishing in fully open access journals that charge Article Processing Charges.
For more information, including how to apply, please see the SFU Library's website.
Please note that, since these grants are administered through the Library, no SFU Signature Sheet is required.
SFU Scholarly Digitization Fund
See website for instructions. No SFU signature is required.