May 9, 2013

Programs and Events

SSHRC or CIHR?

Determining Program Fit and Developing or Writing Your Social Science Research to Meet CIHR Requirements

Are you uncertain whether you should submit a grant proposal to SSHRC or CIHR? Do you want to learn strategies for positioning your research for success in a CIHR funding competition? This session is designed for social science/humanities researchers who are crossing from SSHRC to the CIHR funding landscape.

  • Date/Time: Wednesday, May 22 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
  • Location: Education South 122

Facilitated by Dr. John C. Spence, Associate Dean, Research, Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation with Lan Chan-Marples, Research Facilitator, Faculties of Education, Extension, and Physical Education and Recreation, Research Services Office.

For more information and to register, click HERE.


From 4A/Unfunded to Funded

Addressing Reviewers’ Comments and Revising Your SSHRC Grant Proposal

This mentorship opportunity features faculty who have successfully resubmitted a SSHRC grant application, as well as a faculty member who served as a reviewer on a SSHRC committee. This is a chance for you to learn from their experiences, and to capitalize on the success of their revision approaches and adjudication insights.

Date/Time: Wednesday, May 29 11:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.
Location: CAB 269

For more information and to register, click HERE.


An Evening with Dr. Eagle

We cordially invite emerging and current leaders within Alberta’s healthcare industry to join us in a wonderful opportunity to hear Dr. Eagle, CEO Alberta Health Services, speak on leadership and engage in dialogue on this very topic. The event will be held on Monday, June 3 from 5:00 – 7:00p.m. Food will be catered by Sabor Divino and a cash bar will be available. We are excited to share great food and conversation with all of you to wrap up EHL’s 2012/13 year! Space is limited!

For more information and to register, click HERE.


“Community-Based Interventions for Underserved Populations”

Summer Research Institute – June 12-14, 2013

University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing

Sponsored by St. David’s Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research in Underserved Populations

The purpose of this session is to develop an understanding of how to initiate and sustain a funded program of research related to underserved populations. Topics will include:

  • Culture: A key lens for understanding underserved communities
  • Community-based research
  • Grant writing
  • Theoretical frameworks & program theory
  • Measuring outcomes

Registration is limited.  For more information and to register, click HERE.

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