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MEOPAR Training Workshops Funding
Canadian organizations, students, and researchers are invited to apply for funding of up to $20,000 to organize and host training workshops for students, community members, and/or early-career marine researchers.
- Faculty associated with an application must be eligible to receive tri-council funding.
- Students and Highly-Qualified Personnel (HQP) who apply must have the support of their supervisor. Their supervisor must agree to open a university research account to receive the funds.
- Organizations and community groups who apply must have the support of a faculty member at a Canadian post-secondary institution. The faculty member must agree to open a university research account to receive the funds.
- 50% of the funding will be awarded to the associated faculty member before the workshop; the remaining 50% will be granted upon receipt of a workshop evaluation report.
- The funding call is open for 2019-20 and proposals will be considered as they are received.
To be eligible for funding, workshops must have a clear focus on training and capacity-building and must advance MEOPAR’s Strategic Plan. The content must fit within one or more of the following themes: Ocean Observation; Forecasting and Prediction; Coastal Resilience; Marine Operations/Transportation; and Skills Development for Early-Career Marine Researchers.
*SFU signature sheet and a copy of full application are due to email@example.com no later than 3 business days before agency deadline. Overhead is 0%. Applicant (not ORS) submits application to the agency.