February 4, 2016


Programs & Events


TOMORROW!

2015 Engaging With Ideas Series FEB2016


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For more information, click HERE.


Collab 25th Anniversary Event


Important Announcements


In this issue:

  • Appointment of Dr. Brian Rowe as Scientific Director of the CIHR Institute of Circulatory and Respiratory Health
  • Recruitment of New Institute Advisory Board Members
  • Project Competition Resources
  • Project Competition: Internal UofA Deadline
  • Alberta Innovates – Health Solutions (AIHS) Health Research New Investigator Award
  • CIHR-IHSPR Barer-Flood Prize 2016
  • Subscribe to the AB SPOR SUPPORT UNIT KT Platform Communiqué
  • WCHRI – Biostatistics Service
  • WCHRI Lunch and Learn: Secondary Use Data Project – Plans and Progress
  • Support for CIHR Competitions
  • CIHR University Delegate News
  • Subscribe to CIHR’s Funding News
  • Subscribe to the Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences) E-bulletin
  • About the Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences)

Click HERE to view more information on these items.


Attention (Undergraduate) Students


AIHS Undergraduate Summer Studentship

The Alberta Innovates Health Solutions (AIHS) Summer Studentship program provides funding to support students engaging in health sciences research during the summer months (May-August). The intent of the program is to encourage such students to consider careers in medical/health research.

As of January 2016, the Undergraduate Research Initiative administers the AIHS Summer Studentship program at the University of Alberta. Please contact URI for all inquiries related to the program. Please do not apply to AIHS directly.

Deadline: Monday, March 7, 2016

For more information, click HERE.


Faculty of Nursing Undergraduate Student Summer Research Award and SSHRC Summer Student Award

The Faculty of Nursing offers a summer research program for undergraduate nursing students, providing them with an opportunity to experience the research environment first-hand. Students will be involved in a research project under the supervision of a Faculty of Nursing tenure track member. Students will engage in activities that develop their research skills and experience. The award is meant to encourage students to pursue graduate education and possibly a research career. The overall purpose of this program is to strengthen nursing-related research and talent development by providing research training support to students. The goal is to lead to the development of the next generation of nursing researchers.

The number of Faculty of Nursing Undergraduate Student Awards is dependent on the availability of funds. Eligible applications will be considered for SSHRC funding (see page 2 for eligibility requirements). The number of SSHRC awards is dependent on the number of eligible applications received and availability of funds from the Vice President Research Office.

The value of the summer studentship award is up to $2500/month, paid as a bursary and is therefore not subject to the Income Tax Act and Regulations of the Government of Canada. The award supports an engagement in research from May 1 to August 31 of the year of implementation. The minimum term of support is 2 months; the maximum is 3 months.

Deadline: Friday, April 1, 2016

Click HERE to download the guidelines.
Click HERE to download the application form.


Undergraduate Research Initiative

  • AIHS Summer Studentship Applications
  • Upcoming URI Events
  • Got plans during Reading Week?
  • Mentor Award Nomination Deadline – Feb 8
  • More to explore

For more information on these items, click HERE.

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