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SFU/SSHRC Small Research Grants // Fall Intake
SFU/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 co-investigators may apply in a single application for up to a maximum of $10,000.
- SFU/SSHRC Small Research Grants // Fall Intake opens November 1 and accept submissions until December 15, 4:30 pm (PST).
Please note that Contingency plans related to the potential impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on your research project may be described in this Project Description section, if appropriate. This is not mandatory, but it may assist the committee in assessing the feasibility of your proposal if your research plans are significantly disrupted, e.g., if international travel is not possible.
For more information on the program and its application process, please see the ORS Internal Grants Website.
Funding for this competition is provided by the SSHRC Institutional Grant. All successful applicants must adhere to SFU and Tri-Agency guidelines. For more information please see Tri-Agency Guide on Financial Administration.
Note: The SSHRC Small Research Grants program is administered by the Office of Research Services under authority of the SFU/SSHRC Institutional Grants Committee. Please submit applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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