Applying for grants can be quite a stressful moment in one’s semester. In order to provide you with some much needed support, we’ve asked Alyssa, who applied for and got the SSHRC grant, to come up with a list of pointers that could help you out during the process of grant application writing. Here’s what she came up with. Good luck! _____________________________________________________________________________________ So you’re thinking of applying for a SSHRC eh? Great idea!
Congratulations to the following MAs and PhDs who have won SSRCH and FQRSC grants! Current MA’s: Alyssa B and Jesse Hoffman Current PhD’s: Kester Dyer, Alain Chouinard, Adam Szymanski, and Irene Rozsa. Alumni: David Hanley (Carleton) and Kristen Alfaro (NYU). For tips on writing grant applications as well as samples of successful applications, check out our resources section. If you are a new student and do not have the password yet, please email us at email@example.com
It’s grant application season!!! As such, This workshop will begin by focusing on certain issues and questions concerning the application process, writing style, title, what to include in your letter, what can be left out, how to use the half page of allowable inclusions properly, choosing the three disciplines that best correspond to your research, the two areas of research that correspond with your project…anything under the grant application’s sun that you would like to ta
Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema professors Dr. Catherine Russell and Dr. Masha Salazkina will be leading a grant writing workshop on Friday September 28, 2:00-4:00 PM, in FB 323. The workshop will finish just before our new Post-Doctoral Fellow Marta Boni lecture “Romanzo Criminale, Transmedia and Beyond” (see that post here). All students who are applying, or thinking of applying, to SSHRC and/or FQRSC are strongly encouraged to attend. If you are planning on attending, plea