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Internal Research Grants

The Faculty of Community Services offers internal research grant opportunities to our faculty members for a wide range of scholarly, research and creative activities.

The Discretionary Grant supports urgent, unanticipated costs associated with conducting research.

The Knowledge Mobilization and Community Impact Grant supports researchers to share knowledge and engage the broader community and public through dissemination avenues beyond academic publishing.

The New Collaborative Research Grant supports new interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary research teams who will go on to apply for external team-based funding.

The Proposal Development Grant supports the development of grant applications for external funding agencies.

The Publication Grant supports manuscript completion and submission.

The Seed Grant supports research initiatives, such as pilot and feasibility studies, that will provide the foundation for external funding applications.

The Travel Grant supports Faculty members to present at academic conferences.