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University Publications Fund (UPF) // Single Event, Serial Event, and Rapid Response Publications
University Publications Fund
The University Publications Fund (UPF) is established under the authority of the Vice-President, Research for the purpose of providing support to faculty and staff of Simon Fraser University for their academic publications.
The UPF is split into three streams:
- The Rapid Response Publications, supporting a maximum of $2,000 with applications accepted year-round.
- The Single Event Publications, supporting applications over $2,000 with an annual intake occuring between April 12th - May 13th.
- The Serial Event Publications, supporting applications over $2,000 with an annual intake occuring between April 12th - May 13th.
Please see the ORS Internal Grants Website for information and applications.
Note:The UPF program is administered by the Office of Research Services, under the authority of the Vice-President, Research. Please submit applications to email@example.com.
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