Internal Funding Opportunities

Internal Research Grant Program

Faculty members at UBC's Okanagan campus are eligible to apply for the Internal Okanagan campus Research Grants available through the Office of Research Services. Recipients are selected by the Internal Grants Committee. There are seven internal grants, developed to assist faculty and students seeking opportunities to develop their research. This seed funding is expected to result in preparing applications for external funding, or for attending conferences, producing manuscripts, journals or productions from research findings.

*Submission Note: Only original, single sided applications that are not stapled will be accepted.

All Internal Grant Applications must be accompanied by the new Internal Research Grants Checklist.
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Post-Doctoral Fellows Travel Grant

Application Deadline: February 15, April 15, August 15, October 1
Value: Up to $1,000 (Canada, Continental USA & International)

Individual Research Grant

Application Deadline: April 15 and October 1
Value: Up to $5,000

Humanities & Social Sciences (HSS) Research Grant

Application Deadline: October 1
Value: Up to $5,000

 

Conference / Workshop Grant

Application Deadline: February 15, August 15
Value: Up to $5,000

 

Graduate Student Travel Grant

Application Deadline: February 15, April 15, August 15, October 1
Value: Up to $1,000 (Canada, Continental USA & International)

Undergraduate Student Travel Grant

Application Deadline: February 15, April 15, August 15, October 1
Value: Up to $750 (Canada, Continental USA & International)

Undergraduate Student Research Award

Application Deadline: January 30
Value: $4,500 plus up to $500 for research related expenses 

International Undergraduate Research Award

Application Deadline: Faculty dependent.
Value:
 $6,500 plus up to $1,500 for research related expenses
The international undergraduate research award (IURA) program supports international and undergraduate students to pursue innovative and original research as part of their learning experience while studying at UBC's Okanagan campus. This award, offered through your faculty in partnership with the International Student Initiative, provides international undergraduate students an exceptional learning experience through engagement in research over the summer months. Students completing 75 credits by summer each year are eligible to submit proposals through their faculty for the award. Please contact your faculty for more information.
Irving K. Barber School of Arts & Sciences:
Arts: Dr. Kenneth Carlaw - 250.807.8264 | kenneth.carlaw@ubc.ca
Sciences: Dr. Yong Gao - 250.807.9503 | yong.gao@ubc.ca
Faculty of Management:
Mary Butterfield - 250.807.8157 | mary.butterfield@ubc.ca
Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies:
Shauna Oddleifson - 250.807.9864 | shauna.oddleifson@ubc.ca
School of Engineering:
Tanya Chartrand - 250.807.8101 | tanya.chartrand@ubc.ca
Faculty of Health and Social Development:
Jennifer Rhodes - 250.807.9904 | jennifer.rhodes@ubc.ca

Irving K. Barber School of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Research Award 

Application Deadline: January 31
Value: $6,500 plus up to $1,500 for research related expenses

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  • Bruce Mathieson, Irving K Barber School of Arts and Sciences (Chair)
  • Joshua Brinkerhoff, School of Engineering
  • Greg Garrard, Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies  
  • Glen Foster, Faculty of Health and Social Development
  • Kyong Yoon, Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies
  • Ty Binfet, Faculty of Education
  • Deanna Gibson, Irving K Barber School of Arts and Sciences
  • Kevin Hanna, Irving K Barber School of Arts and Sciences
  • Maya Libben, Irving K Barber School of Arts and Sciences
  • Phil Barker, Vice Principal, Research
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Invited International Distinguished Visitor Fund

The Invited International Distinguished Visitor Fund provides opportunities for UBC faculty to invite international colleagues to visit UBC and engage with the campus community and share their research and expertise.  Examples of engagement activities include providing presentations and workshops; conducting research activities; and collaborating with faculty and students.  The application must be submitted by a faculty member at UBC's Okanagan campus on behalf of their international colleague for this funding.  The Office of Research Services is available to facilitate the pairing of suitable research colleagues if an interested international applicant is not currently connected with a faculty member at UBC's Okanagan campus.

For more information, please contact Raina Reddecliff, International Resources and Communications Senior Officer: raina.reddecliff@ubc.ca 

**Please note the application deadline for the next competition of the Fund is February 17, 2017**

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Lashley and Mary Haggman Memory Research Award

The Lashley and Mary Haggman Memory Research Award has been established to assist faculty and graduate students in either the Faculty of Health and Social Development or Unit 4, Psychology in the Irving K Barber School of Arts and Sciences at UBC’s Okanagan campus to conduct research on memory or memory related issues. The graduate student award program will support a student summer research project at the Okanagan campus.  


SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Support

The Office of the VPR will provide one interdisciplinary team application with institutional support for each SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis competition. Support will include:

  • Pre-award project management to help identify team members and facilitate team meetings and communication
  • Proposal development
  • Up to $10,000 if application is successful to be used for PI course release or RA salary support

Applicants interested in the internal funding opportunity will be asked to submit a brief outline of their proposed knowledge synthesis approach (max 1 pg, Times New Roman 12 pt, single-spaced) along with a current CV within one week of the funding announcement. Only one proposal per round of funding will receive institutional endorsement and financial support; final decisions will be made by the VPR. Interested researchers should contact Mary Butterfield (mary.butterfield@ubc.ca) in advance of the call to discuss the KS program.

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Reichwald Germanic Studies Award for Research & Creative Activity

The intent of the Reichwald Germanic Studies Award for Research and Creative Activity is to promote and to facilitate faculty research and creative activity related to any area of German society. The award will support a tenured or tenure-track faculty member at UBC's Okanagan campus to undertake research or creative activity that engages with issues of relevance to the German-Canadian community or to German intellectual, scientific, historical, political, socio-economic, and/or cultural development within Canada or internationally. The research or creative activity must be related to German society, but need not take place in Germany. See the Program Terms below for full details on this opportunity.

 


Request for Funding / Support from the VPR

Through its annual budget, the Office of the Vice Principal Research has allocated a limited amount of funding that can provide financial assistance to the UBCO research community, outside of the current internal funding opportunities for faculty. Contingent on the level of funding, the VPR may offer the following types of support: Matching Funds, Letters of Support, Cost-Sharing Funds (events/conferences/workshops/seminars), and other funding requests. See the Program Terms below for full details on this opportunity. 

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Candace Martyn, Awards Officer
Tel: 250.807.9658 
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