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Services for Researchers

The Office of the Vice President, Research and Innovation (OVPRI) is Ryerson's central research administration office and point of contact for the federal granting councils (NSERC, SSHRC, and CIHR), government ministries, industry, associations, and foundations that provide financial support for university scholarship, research, and creative activities (SRC).

Click here to learn more about research governance at Ryerson and Ryerson's Scholarly, Research, and Creative Activities (SRC) Representatives Group.

OVPRI is strongly committed to supporting Ryerson researchers in increasing SRC funding. OVPRI provides many resources and services to support researchers and their SRC interests.

Explore the steps of the research and development process:

STEP 1: Planning Your Research Program

STEP 2: Develop Your Proposal

STEP 3: Submit Proposal

STEP 4: Manage Your Grant

 

 

The Office of Research Services Electronic Mailing List

The Office of Research Services Electronic Mailing List (OVPRInet) provides research funding opportunities and other research-related notices, as they are announced to Ryerson faculty and staff. To join OVPRInet, please email vpri@ryerson.ca.

 

ResearchNet

ResearchNet allows you to communicate to your colleagues about research-related activities. For example, postings about upcoming seminars, exhibitions, student defenses, etc. Some members also use this list to ask research-related questions, or to identify colleagues who would be interested in collaborating on new projects. To subscribe to the listserv, please email majordomo@ryerson.ca.

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Us in the News

August 29, 2014
Loh Architects Associates Inc. and Ryerson University work to improve building air quality
Dr. Lesley Campbell and her team at Ryerson's Department of Biology and Chemistry will create an eco-informatics database of plants that can be used to improve air quality in buildings under the joint research venture with Loh Architects Associates Inc.

August 17, 2014
HitchBOT completes 6,000 km cross-Canada trip
Little hitchhiking robot thumbed its way across the country in 3 weeks. A collaborative venture first conceived in 2013, hitchBOT is a product of the work of Dr. David Harris Smith of McMaster University and Dr. Frauke Zeller of Ryerson University.

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Learn more about our Canada Research Chairs.

Click here to download the 2012-13 Research and Innovation Annual Report