SSHRC Partnership Programs enable exciting opportunities to expand research agendas and approaches. This workshop aims to explain the Partnership Grant and Partnership Development Grant so that researchers are aware of how to prepare their applications.
Excessive budgets and incomplete budget justifications can lead to a tossed out SSHRC application. This workshop aims to explain some of the eligible/ineligible expenses in order to improve budget plans.
In recent times, SSHRC and CIHR have tightened up their definitions around what is (not) funded by their agencies. This workshop seeks to untangle some of this language and put forth some strategies for writing applications for the two councils.
SSHRC includes humanities disciplines in its programs, and yet the application form might seem like a puzzle to researchers in the humanities. This workshop aims to provide guidance to researchers on how to complete SSHRC applications, including knowledge mobilization strategies, specific to the humanities.
Poster presentations are common in other fields and are growing in the Social Sciences and Humanities. In this workshop, we get “footloose” and learn of how to create a poster presentation for Research & Innovation Week and other events.
Recently, SSHRC announced that it will follow CIHR’s lead and require all its applicants to conform to a common CV. This workshop aims to unravel some of mystery with this transition process and prepare
researchers for the new CV format.
Knowledge mobilization is steadily becoming a significant element of Social Sciences and Humanities Research. This workshop aims to 1) equip researchers with creative strategies to share their knowledge outside of academe and 2) discuss the SSHRC Connections program.