Boot Camps, Retreats, Workshops and Other Grant-Writing Learning Activities
Social sciences and humanities researchers preparing a major SSHRC grant (IDG, IG, PDG, PG) may access learning and mentorship opportunities throughout the year.
Various opportunities are offered to assist researchers with: research proposal development and best practices, grant application writing, understanding competition requirements and application processes, strategizing long-term navigation of the SSHRC grant architecture, and just getting time for your grant writing. Expert panels and round-tables, information sessions, workshops, writing clubs, 'boot camps' and retreats, and one-on-one mentoring sessions are examples of the range of ways researchers can access advice, support and concrete strategies for preparing a successful grant.
The chart below outlines the the planned activities for the 2016/17 academic year. Use the left sidebar tabs on this page to explore some opportunities in greater detail. Announcements about registration will be circulated on the <sshrcUofA> list.
The Resource Bank aims to be a one-stop-shop providing helpful advice ranging from academic publications on research grant success to tips on specific aspects of a SSHRC grant. It is augmented by the Successful Grants Library.
See also this list of previous information sessions and workshops. Much of the prior workshops' materials are available from the Education and Research Archive (ERA), in the Grant Assist Program SS&H Community.