Internal Funding Programs

The Faculty of Arts Research and Publications Fund (FARPF)

All tenured faculty members and full-time tenure-track professors, and professors emeriti active in student supervision, may submit an application for research funding. Allocations from these funds are made on a competitive basis following evaluation by multidisciplinary research committees. In each case, the original copy of the application must be submitted to the Office of the Vice Dean (Research) of the Faculty of Arts, accompanied by a signed RE form.

Completion dates:

April 1st September 15th December 1st
  • Seed funding
  • Bridge funding
  • Participation in Conferences Grants
  • Publication Grants
  • Conferences on Campus Grants
  • Support for Interdisciplinary Research Groups
  • Seed funding
  • Bridge funding
  • Participation in Conferences Grants
  • Publication Grants
  • Conferences on Campus Grants
  • Support for Interdisciplinary Research Groups
  • Seed funding
  • Bridge funding
  • Participation in Conferences Grants
  • Publication Grants
  • Conferences on Campus Grants
  • Support for Interdisciplinary Research Groups

 

Funds administered by the Vice President Research

The Office of the Vice-President Research offers many opportunities for funding research projects. See http://www.research.uottawa.ca/office.html

The applications must be submitted in consultation with the Office of the Vice Dean Research which will forward them to the Office of the Vice-President Research.
 

Funds administered by the Vice-President Academic
Academic Development Fund for Part-Time Professors

The collective agreement between the Association of Part-Time Professors of the University of Ottawa (APTPUO) and the University of Ottawa provides for the creation of an Academic Development Fund. The main objective of this fund is to promote research and scholarly activities amongst part-time professors who contribute: a) by their research, to the progress of knowledge in a given field; b) by artistic or literary creation, to the progress in arts and literature; c) by different professional projects, to the progress of a profession.

The Fund allows three types of funding:

  • The granting of travelling expenses to participate in conferences.
  • Research grants.
  • Publication grants.

For application procedures, refer to Appendix E of the Collective Agreement. For further information, contact the Office of the Vice-Dean, Research of the Faculty of Arts.

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