This section provides general guidelines on how to apply for funding, including a budget planning tool, information on RE Forms, a description of services offered by the Faculty of Law Research Office, and Advice for Writing a Successful SSHRC Application.
We encourage researchers to act on the opportunities presented in these lists. Often a nomination requires simply sending in an electronic copy of an article, or requesting that your publisher send in a copy of your book. And many of these awards encourage self-nominations. If you think your work fits a given award’s subject area, then please consider submitting.
If you are unsure about the rules for submitting, or the procedure for preparing a nomination, please contact Andrew Kuntze ([email protected]).
Before sharing news of your success, please ensure that there are no embargoes in place delaying the official release of results. If you have questions about when and where you may announce your grant results, please contact Andrew Kuntze at [email protected].
Knowledge Mobilization means promoting and facilitating the use of research among knowledge users (stakeholders, decision makers, policy makers, practitioners, community members, patients, etc.) to help them make informed decisions about policies, programs, practices and behaviours. It encompasses a wide range of activities relating to the production and use of knowledge generated from research such as knowledge synthesis, dissemination, and co-creation by researchers and knowledge users.
The Research Office can offer support in developing a Knowledge Mobilization strategy and activities.