Call for Applications: Vice-President, Research and Innovation (VPRI) International Research Partnership Awards (June 10, 2022 Deadline)

The purpose of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation (VPRI) International Research Partnership Awards are to  enhance Lakehead University’s international research reputation and understanding of global challenges through increased engagement with international partners through: 

1) developing and expanding international partnerships; 
2) supporting the involvement of Lakehead researchers and scholars in international research networks and projects; 
3) facilitating and expanding access to international funding opportunities, and 
4) enhancing collaborative training opportunities for students.

This opportunity is open to all full-time, tenure-track and tenured Lakehead faculty members.  For more information, including guidelines and application procedures, please click here.

Deadline:  June 10, 2022.
 
For assistance, please contact Jill Sherman, International Research Facilitator, at intl.research@lakeheadu.ca.

2022-2023 Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships Competition - Internal Call for Proposals: Lakehead University Internal Information/Process

Background

The Banting Postdoctoral Fellows (BPDF) program is a very prestigious and competitive postdoctoral fellowship program supported by the Government of Canada.  Please refer to the program website for the latest guidelines.

The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program is designed to support world-class postdoctoral researchers. The fellowship provides $70,000 per year for two years. The program is open to both Canadian and international researchers who have recently completed a PhD, PhD- equivalent, or health professional degree. Applications must be completed in full collaboration with the proposed host institution.  As a potential host institution, Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are therefore encouraged to apply.

Since this is an extremely competitive program and only a limited number of BPDFs are  awarded each year (the success rate in 2020 competition was about 10%), universities strategically put in place internal peer review processes to review and facilitate the submission of the strongest applicants to the Banting Program.  The Banting program expects universities to be highly selective in their endorsement of applications and to only put forward the highest quality of applicants.

Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are therefore encouraged to apply.

The BPDF differs from traditional funding programs in that its specific emphasis is on the synergy between the applicant and the proposed institution. It is important to note that a BPDF applicant must be able to demonstrate how their proposed Banting-funded research is a strong fit with both their supervisor and Lakehead University's Research Plan priorities.

An internal peer review committee will be appointed by the Vice-President Research and Innovation and will rank/recommend applicants to be submitted to the program (with the final approval of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation).  The Committee will include representatives from equity seeking groups. All committee members will be required to have reviewed the resources available on the Banting Equity, Diversity and Inclusion page. 

 

Lakehead University’s Internal Application and Selection Process

Procedures and Timelines  

June 10, 2022:  After a potential candidate has contacted and finalizes arrangements with a proposed Lakehead University supervisor, the  supervisor informs the Office of Research Services (ahacquo1@lakeheadu.ca) that an application will be submitted as part of the internal process).

July 8, 2022:  Deadline for submission of complete Banting application packages. As part of the internal review process, candidates will be required to complete the online Banting application and submit supporting documents. Please submit your package as a single PDF file to the Office of Research (to Andrew Hacquoil, Research Facilitator, Institutional Programs, at ahacquo1@lakeheadu.ca).  Incomplete applications will not be accepted.*

 

Checklist

*The following components of the BPDF application (which can all be found in the official Application Guide on the BPDF website) are required by the internal deadline of July 8 (please note the the three referee letters are not required as part of the internal submission package):

●    [       ] CCV - using the Vanier-Banting academic template

●    [   ] Banting application details - a pdf file of the actual application that is completed in ResearchNet (a pdf file of the preview version is required.  Please note that this is NOT a print screen); normally 5-6 pages)

●    [   ] Significance of Research Contributions - maximum of one page

●    [   ] Significance of Leadership Contributions - maximum of one page

●    [   ] Fulfillment of degree requirements form - this form is required even if PhD has not yet been completed (for Lakehead University applicants that have not yet completed their PhD, this form must be completed by the relevant academic unit's graduate coordinator).

●    [   ] Special Circumstances, if applicable – maximum of one page (including justification for remaining in the same research environment where the candidate received their PhD). 

●    [   ] Research Proposal – maximum of four pages

●    [   ] Bibliography – maximum of four pages

●     [   ] Attachment: Supervisor's statement – to be completed by the proposed supervisor - maximum of four pages

August 1, 2022:  Internal peer review committee completes internal peer review of applications and submits recommendations to the Vice-President Research and Innovation.   

August 8, 2022:  Notification of successful and unsuccessful applicants and their proposed supervisors. A summary of the feedback from the internal review committee on the BPDF application  will be provided by the Office of Research Services to both successful and unsuccessful applicants and their mentors.  Applicants who are successful in the internal competition will be assigned to a Research Facilitator in the Office of Research Services who will work with the applicant and supervisor on improving the quality of the application considering all feedback available to the applicant.       

September 7, 2022:  Full applications are due to the assigned Research Facilitator in the Office of Research Services for final review.

September 15, 2022:  Institutional support letter provided to the successful applicant(s)  

*All applicants to the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship must follow the internal application process set by the Office of Research Services. A key part of the Banting application process is the institutional support letter. Applicants that do not follow this process will not receive institutional support (see below).  Only applications that have been received by our internal deadline and successfully reviewed by our internal peer review committee will be considered for submission to the Banting Program.

University Support

Please note that for the purposes of submission, Lakehead University is willing to make the following contributions to Banting applications that are submitted through our internal process:


For Banting applications ultimately successful in the national competition,  the Vice President, Research and Innovation (VPRI) will contribute a minimum of $5,000.  In addition, the VPRI will contribute an additional $2,500 if matched by an additional $2,500 from the respective Faculty Dean for a potential institutional contribution of $10,000.  The match from the Dean must be requested by the proposed postdoctoral fellow supervisors and confirmed in writing by the internal deadline date of July 8, 2022.

2022 SSHRC Enhancement Program: Call for Applications - Deadline: April 14, 2022 (Extended)

Introduction

The Office of Research Services at Lakehead University is pleased to announce the continuation of the SSHRC Grant Application Enhancement Program in the spring of 2022. This program is designed to encourage and support researchers at Lakehead University to begin preparation of their SSHRC grant applications well in advance of the internal deadline with the ultimate goal of increasing overall success rates.

About the program

Applicants will participate in a series of four workshops devoted to the drafting of specific elements of a SSHRC application, common across disciplines. The workshops typically cover the following topics: outlining the objectives of the proposed project, describing your methodology, preparing an engaging summary, developing a student training plan, research team roles and responsibilities, framing a realistic timeline, developing equity, diversity and inclusion strategies in research programs and creating a feasible knowledge mobilization plan. In addition, participants take part in two peer review sessions. The topics and schedule of these workshops will be finalized in consultation with participants who are accepted into this program. 

 

Program Schedule

The four sessions are held over a five week period with no more than one workshop per week, and a gap week after session three. The sessions typically begin in May, and end in early June. You will be asked to do some preparatory work in advance of the first session as well as homework after each session; you should expect to dedicate time to the grant-writing process over these five weeks to get the most out of the program. At the conclusion of the workshops, participants’ feedback will be sought to assist in the evaluation of the program.

 

Program Completion & Research Grant

Participants in the program will be eligible for a research grant of up to $1500, distributed in two installments, to aid in the development of their SSHRC applications. Researchers may use this grant for tri agency-eligible costs associated with research, including but not limited to hiring research assistants and grant writers/editors, collecting preliminary data, meeting with research partners/co-applicants, and gathering materials for the literature review.  Equipment and conference travel are not eligible. The $1500 grant will be distributed in two separate allotments:

1) $750 at the completion of the workshops in which the participant had full attendance and

2) $750 after a SSHRC application has been submitted.

 

Applications developed during the workshops must be submitted to an Insight Grant, Insight Development Grant, or Partnership Engage Grant competition within one year of the program in order to receive the second installment of the grant. Applicants must provide a budget for the $1500 as part of their application.

 

Eligibility

All Lakehead University tenure-track and tenured faculty members engaged in research in the area of social sciences and humanities are welcome to participate in the program. Previous enhancement program participants are welcome to apply to re-enroll in the program on an “audit” basis, which means that they will not be eligible for the grant. Faculty members with a three year LTA are eligible to apply in the first two years of their appointment only. Preference will be given to tenured and tenure-track faculty members.

 

The number of applicants selected to participate in this program will be capped depending on financial resources available and normally will total no more than 10 participants. Evaluation of applications will be based on originality, relevance to SSHRC’s mandate, project description cohesiveness, and background of the researcher.

 

How to apply

Researchers are asked to apply to the program through ROMEO (click on Apply New - Tri-Agency Grant Enhancement Programs). Applications to the SSHRC Enhancement Program are due April 14, 2022. If you need help using the ROMEO system, please contact Bonnie Knott, ROMEO administrator at bknott@lakeheadu.ca

Questions?

For general questions about the program, please contact Dr. Rebecca Heffernan, Research & Strategic Initiatives at orillia.research@lakeheadu.ca.

2022 CIHR Enhancement Program Call for Applications (April 25, 2022 Deadline)

CIHR Project Grant Enhancement Program

The Office of Research Services at Lakehead University is pleased to announce the continuation of the CIHR Enhancement Program in the spring of 2022. This program is designed to encourage and support researchers at Lakehead University to begin preparation of their CIHR Project Grant applications well in advance of the internal deadline, with the ultimate goal of increasing overall success rates.

 

Eligibility:
While the program is designed to support early career researchers or first-time applicants in obtaining CIHR Project Grant funding, participation in the program is open to all faculty. Those who have participated in previous enhancement programs are welcome to re-apply to the program on an audit-only basis. Priority will be given to tenure-track faculty. The number of participants will not exceed 10 per year.

 

Proposed Dates:
The four sessions are held over a five-week period with no more than one workshop per week, and a gap week after session three to accommodate grant writing.

  • Start: Week of May 16th - May 20th, 2022
  • End: Week of June 13th - June 17th, 2022

 

Program Structure

The four workshops will be led and facilitated by Dr. Lexi Haslehurst, NSERC/CIHR Research Facilitator, with active participation from faculty members experienced in CIHR Project Grant writing and adjudication. Each week, tasks will be assigned to encourage the early development of a Project Grant application. Feedback on written portions will be provided by the Facilitator and returned to the applicant in a timely manner. For the final workshop, a draft proposal will be submitted to the group for peer review. Feedback will also be provided by the Facilitator to assist in further development of a Project Grant for submission in either the autumn 2022 or spring 2023 term.

 

Learning Objectives:

1.     Participants will learn how to frame their projects according to CIHR’s mandate and application structure and apply this knowledge by composing drafts of key sections in the CIHR project grant application.

2.     Participants will gain an understanding of the history of Knowledge Translation (KT) and CIHR requirements for KT and will apply this knowledge by developing a detailed KT plan.

3.     Participants will be introduced to CIHR’s expectations and requirements for addressing EDI in their research proposals, including tips on how to inform research design by using SGBA+, and ways to address EDI in team recruitment and supervision.

Participants will hear from faculty who have experience as successful applicants and/or adjudicators. They will apply knowledge of the adjudication process by participating in a peer review exercise where they give feedback on and evaluate other participants’ drafts.

 

Award:

Participants in the program will be eligible for a research grant of up to $1,500, distributed in two installments, to aid in the development of their Project Grant applications. Researchers may use this grant for costs associated with research, including but not limited to hiring research assistants and grant writers/editors, collecting preliminary data, and meeting with research partners. Participants may only receive this grant once but may audit future CIHR Enhancement programs if desired. 

The $1,500 grant will be distributed in two allotments: 1) $750 following completion of the four modules; and 2) $750 after they have applied to the CIHR Project Grant program in the autumn (2022) or spring (2023) intakes.

 

Apply:

To be considered for participation, researchers will need to submit an application through ROMEO (click on Apply New - Tri-Agency Grant Enhancement Programs). Applications will include a brief project summary, a summary of the applicant’s experience with tri-agency grants, and a budget for the $1,500 research grant. 

Applications are due April 25th, 2022

 

If you need help using the ROMEO system, please contact Bonnie Knott, ROMEO administrator, at  bknott@lakeheadu.ca

For general questions about the program, please contact Dr. Lexi Haslehurst at nserc.research@lakeheadu.ca



2022 NSERC Enhancement Program Call for Applications (April 25, 2022 Deadline)

The Office of Research Services at Lakehead University is pleased to announce the continuation of the NSERC Enhancement Program in the spring of 2022. This program is designed to encourage and support researchers at Lakehead University to begin preparation of their NSERC Discovery Grant applications well in advance of the internal deadline, with the ultimate goal of increasing overall success rates.

Eligibility:
While the program is designed to support early career researchers in obtaining NSERC Discovery Grant funding, application to the program is open to all faculty. Those who have participated in previous enhancement programs are welcome to re-apply to the program on an audit-only basis. Priority will be given to tenure-track faculty. The number of participants will not exceed 15 per year.

Proposed Dates:
Workshops will run once a week for 4 consecutive weeks (specific dates and times to be determined in collaboration with participants).

  • Start: Week of May 9th - May 13th, 2022
  • End: Week of May 30th - June 3rd, 2022
  • Discovery Grant Draft Submission: On or before July 4th, 2022

Program Structure:

Four, 2-hour workshops will be led and facilitated by Dr. Lexi Haslehurst, NSERC Research Facilitator, with active participation from faculty members experienced in NSERC grant-writing and adjudication. Each week, tasks will be assigned to encourage the early development of an NSERC Discovery Grant. Feedback on written portions will be provided by the Facilitator and returned to the applicant in a timely manner. Within 30 days of the final workshop, a draft proposal will be submitted to the Facilitator, who will provide the participant with feedback intended to assist in further development of a Discovery Grant for submission in the autumn term.

Topics to be discussed include: 1) An overview of the Discovery Grant program; 2) Evaluation criteria for applications; 3) Demonstrating research excellence; 4) Developing an HQP training plan; 5) Incorporation of equity, diversity and inclusion; 6) Budgets; 7) Developing a research proposal.

Award:

Participants in the program will be eligible for a research grant of up to $1500, distributed in two installments, to aid in the development of their Discovery Grant applications. Researchers may use this grant for costs associated with research, including but not limited to hiring research assistants and grant writers/editors, collecting preliminary data, and meeting with research partners. Participants may only receive this grant once but may audit future Discovery Grant Enhancement programs if desired. 

The $1500 grant will be distributed in two allotments: 1) $750 following completion of the four modules; and 2) $750 after they have applied to the NSERC Discovery Grant program in the autumn.

Apply:

To be considered for participation, researchers will need to submit an application through ROMEO (click on Apply New - Tri-Agency Grant Enhancement Programs). Applications will include a brief project summary, a summary of the applicant’s experience with tri-agency grants, and a budget for the $1,500 research grant. 

Applications are due April 25th, 2022.

If you need help using the ROMEO system, please contact Bonnie Knott, ROMEO administrator, at  bknott@lakeheadu.ca

For general questions about the program, please contact Dr. Lexi Haslehurst at nserc.research@lakeheadu.ca

Internal Call for Proposals: Inaugural Robbins-Ollivier Award for Excellence in Equity

Lakehead University has been invited by the Canada Research Chairs program (CRCP) to submit nominations to the new Robbins-Ollivier Award for Excellence in Equity.

 

About the Award 

This new annual award recognizes the contributions that Marjorie Griffin Cohen, Louise Forsyth, Glenis Joyce, Audrey Kobayashi, Shree Mulay, Susan Prentice, Michèle Ollivier and Wendy Robbins have made through their 2003 Canadian Human Rights complaints and related efforts.  Their efforts have resulted in an increase in the level of equity both in the CRCP and Canada’s research ecosystem more broadly. 

The objectives of the annual Robbins-Ollivier equity award are as follows:

  • fund bold and potentially game-changing projects that will challenge the status quo, spark change and take action to address persistent systemic barriers in the research ecosystem and academia;
  • recognize faculty members who contribute their time, expertise and lived experience to help address inequities in their institution, the research ecosystem and academia; and
  • provide opportunities for students and trainees to contribute to this important work.

 

Value of the Award

The award provides a total of $100,000 over one year to a faculty member or a team of faculty members nominated by their institution, to fund the implementation of bold and potentially game-changing research led by the nominated individual or team that:

  • contributes to the understanding of the persistence of systemic barriers in the nominating institution and/or the research ecosystem and academia more broadly; and
  • identifies innovative measures that could be implemented to change the status quo and break down those barriers in the long term.

Eligibility

To be eligible for nomination, the faculty member(s) must:

  • be eligible to receive grant funding from the tri-agencies;
  • be holding a full-time academic appointment at the institution at the time of nomination and for the duration of the award; and
  • be in good standing with CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC (e.g., they cannot have eligibility limits placed on them due to not meeting grant reporting requirements for the CRCP or have sanctions in place tied to the agencies’ responsible conduct of research policy).

 

Current and former Canada Research Chairs (CRCs) are eligible, as are individuals who are not CRCs. Institutional administrators who are eligible to hold grant funding from the agencies are also eligible to be nominated.

 

Internal Procedure 

As institutions may only submit one nomination for this award per year, faculty members who are interested in being nominated for this award are asked to submit the following parts of the registration package to Andrew Hacquoil, Institutional Research Facilitator, by email (ahacquo1@lakeheadu.ca):

  • a) Description of the proposed project (4 pages maximum for English; 5 pages maximum for French); 
  • b) Budget (1 page maximum); 
  • c) Short summary of each of their overall contributions to and leadership in addressing inequities at Lakehead and/or the research ecosystem and academia more broadly, in alignment with the program's selection criteria; and
  • d) At least one Letter of Support providing evidence in support of (c)

The deadline for the submission of these components will be May 30, 2022.  The Vice-President Research and Innovation will establish an internal peer review committee to determine which applicant or team will be nominated.  The internal peer committee will include individuals representing equity seeking groups and representation from the Office of Human Rights and Equity.

 

For More Information (Including Upcoming Webinars)

For additional information on the award and nomination requirements, please see the following link.

The CRC Secretariat will host webinars on the following dates to answer questions.  Interested researchers are encouraged to attend the webinar.

 

Date

Time (EST)

Zoom Link

March 15, 2022 (French)

1 p.m.- 2 p.m.

https://zoom.us/j/93576489254?pwd=Z1Evb0hMMEEzbS9FVlBzVFZOYnNFdz09

 

Meeting ID: 935 7648 9254

Passcode: 029020

March 16, 2022 (English)

1 p.m.- 2 p.m.

https://zoom.us/j/98184571400?pwd=RmIvWkRqSU90bWp2QU1UcUpPQVJIQT09

 

Meeting ID: 981 8457 1400

Passcode: 484778



Call for Nominations: Senate Research Committee Research Support Award

This new award recognizes the support provided for research and innovation by employees of the university as well as individuals working for external research partners. Two awards will be given annually under the following categories: 1) Research Support Employee Award; 2) Research Support External Award.  Recipients of the Research Support Award will be publicly recognized during Research and Innovation Week and will also receive a monetary award of $250.00.
 
Nominations for the above award are due January 17, 2022.  For award guidelines, including eligibility,  and nomination procedures, please click here.

Open Call for Presentations: R&I Week Research Showcase 2022 - - deadline February 1, 2022

Lakehead University declared the 2021-2022 school year the Year of Climate Action (YOCA). In support of the YOCA, we are excited to announce the theme for this year’s Research and Innovation Week is Planetary Stewardship, which will showcase Lakehead’s contributions to climate change and climate action research.

Lakehead University faculty, along with their students and community partners, from all disciplines are invited to organize panel discussions, workshops, and creative presentations that showcase how Lakehead University research projects, innovative collaborations and initiatives are playing a role in the achievement of planetary stewardship. This day-long event will take place Tuesday, March 8 from 9 am - 4:00 pm. Additional time in the schedule may be available depending on interest.

For more information, please consult the full call document.

Internal Call for Applications: Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) – Workforce Development Stream/Indigenous Workforce Development Stream

Overview

  • Workforce Development Stream:  The intent of the Workforce Development Stream is to strengthen and develop Northern Ontario’s workforce through business partnerships by offering internships.  
  • Indigenous Workforce Development Stream:  The intent of the Indigenous Workforce Development Stream is to strengthen and develop Northern Ontario’s Indigenous workforce through business partnerships by offering internships to Indigenous persons.
Under this program, covering both streams, Lakehead University has a quota of five research-related placements.  Of these five, one is currently available.  The internal deadline for the submission of internship applications to the Office of Research Services is January 7, 2022. Please email a copy of your application to Andrew Hacquoil, Research Facilitator (Institutional Programs), Office of Research Services, at ahacquo1@lakeheadu.ca.  Do not submit your application to the NOHFC.   If more than one internship application is received, an internal competition will need to be held (applications will be reviewed by the Senate Research Committee).  Please note that you will need to create an account on the NOHFC website in order to create an application.
 

Eligible Candidates/Costs

Salaries/wages and employer’s portion of Mandatory Employment Related Costs (MERCs) (e.g.: Canada Pension Plan, Employment Insurance, mandatory minimum vacation pay, as per Employment Standards Act) for a limited-term internship position of 52 weeks (with at least 35 hours of work per week) for candidates that:
  • Are new entrants into the workforce, are transitioning to a new career, or the unemployed or underemployed who are entering a new field;
  • Have not previously participated in a NOHFC-funded internship;
  • Are at least 18 years of age; and
  • Reside, and be legally entitled to work, in Canada.
  • For the  Indigenous Workforce Development Stream:  Identify as an Indigenous person, including First Nation, Metis, or Inuit 

Review Criteria
Applications will be reviewed according to the following criteria:
    • The extent to which the position addresses a labour shortage or supports the development of a skilled trade or profession in Northern Ontario
    • The opportunity for the placement to result in a full-time, permanent job with the applicant or another Northern Ontario business
    • The quality of the skill development opportunity and the potential for the position to provide specific and recognizable transferable skills
    • The quality of the position’s work/training plan and direct onsite supervision methods
    •    

Funding
For eligible municipalities, Indigenous communities and not-for-profit organizations, funding is in the form of a conditional contribution of up to 90% of an intern’s salary and employer’s portion of MERCs to a maximum of $35,000 per year. 
 
It is important to note that the applicant must provide the remaining 10% of the costs for the intern.  Therefore, when submitting your internship application to the Office of Research Services, a Research Proposal Approval Form (RAPF) must be included in the package.    A statement of where the required matching funds (plus benefits) will come from must be included in, or  attached to the signed and completed RPAF as well.  Applications submitted by the January 7, 2022 internal deadline without an RPAF will be considered ineligible in the internal competition
 
An Important Note on Research Internships
Please note that for a proposal to be considered as being a research internship, the application must be written so as to meet the NOHFC's definition of research:  
 

Q:  What is a research intern under the Internship Program?

A: An employer applying for a research intern must engage in research activities as part of their mandate. NOHFC considers both pure (scientific) and applied research positions.

 

Pure (scientific) research internships must contribute to the development of documents that are generated for public consumption and peer review.

 

Applied research internships involve conducting studies and research that seeks to solve practical problems and find solutions to everyday problems. This often involves original investigation into the development of new technology, products, and services.

 

For the purpose of defining an applied research internship the following criteria must be met:

a)   The applicant must be involved in research aimed at developing a new technology and or products (i.e. a solution to everyday problem)

b)  The internship duties will focus on assisting the applicant organization in development and research of a new technology, products, or service.

 
Applicants are required to state in their submissions how they meet the NOHFC's criteria for a research internship.  Applications that are not deemed to be research-related (i.e., the duties of the intern will be more administrative in nature instead of involving a research activity) will be considered ineligible in the internal competition. 
 
For More Information
 
For more information about the NOHFC program, please click here.

Call for Proposals: SSHRC SIG Community-Engaged Research Grant (CERG) Program Deadline: December 6, 2021

Lakehead University is pleased to announce a program in support of community-engaged research with community organizations, and not-for-profit partners. We invite all tenure-track and tenured Lakehead faculty members who are eligible to apply to the disciplines supported by SSHRC to submit applications to the 2021 Community-Engaged Research Grant (CERG) Program.

Community-Engaged Research
Community-engaged research is a collaborative process between universities and diverse communities. The goal of such research is to improve community well-being and to describe, through participatory knowledge creation and creative expression, how this is accomplished. Community-engaged research respects the capacity of all stakeholders to contribute to the development of new knowledge and incorporates them in the design, conduct and dissemination of the different phases of the research process. Community-engaged research is founded upon the principles of social responsibility, respect, reciprocity, democratization of knowledge creation, and social and/or ecological justice. This initiative will support funding for collaborative research initiatives that are aligned with Lakehead University’s commitment to Social Responsibility and Community Engagement with community partners as outlined in the 2018-2023 Strategic Plan.  
 
Application packages are due December 6, 2021.  For the complete program guidelines, please see attached or click here.

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