Varies Annual Application Deadline: Applications are accepted ongoing Awarded to Athabasca University students that have an identified learning, physical, or psychiatric disability. A disability is a functional limitation resulting from a physical, sensory, or mental impairment, which, for an indefinite period, affects the ability of the student to perform the activities necessary to participate fully in post-secondary learning. Preference will be given to students who are not eligible for alternative funding sources via the 'Canadian Studies Grant for Students with Disabilities'.
Following the guidelines does not guarantee an award. Only applications submitted in this period will be graded by the council. Please allow ten business days for decisions to be made about submitted proposals.
All requests for summer funding must be received by this date.
Failure to follow directions and formatting guidelines will result in an automatic rejection of your grant proposal submission. This grant is designed to financially support students in travel to program-related events and in thesis or dissertation-related research while attending GS.
Funding is awarded first and foremost on merit.
Applicants must demonstrate, in writing, how the opportunity will further growth in their chosen discipline and as a professional in their field. Limited funds are available and are awarded in two categories: There are two funding deadlines per semester in the academic year: September 17th, November 15th, February 15th, and April 1st.
All funding submissions end at 5: Only one award per student per semester will be made. In an academic year, a student may only be awarded one research and one travel grant. Separate proposals must be submitted for research and travel grants.
Submissions may be made by individuals only; no group submissions are accepted. All submitted grants must be novel and entirely separate from any other grants prior or present. Research Grant Proposals Items Funded including but not limited to: Research related materials, supplies, travel e.
Research grant proposals should be written to highlight the merits of the proposed research with respect to the student, the discipline, the university, and society.
Travel Grant Proposals Application for travel grants must be submitted no earlier than the semester before or no later than the semester after the travel event.
If travel occurs during the summer, applications will be accepted during the spring and fall for the same year that travel occurs. Items Funded including but not limited to: Travel related expenses to conferences or other program related events e.
Travel grant proposals should be written to highlight the merits of the proposed travel with respect to the student, the discipline, the university, and society. Currently enrolled students in a degree-seeking program The Graduate Student Professional Development Fund is a competitive funding source.
Application Package Guidelines The GSO must receive the completed online application package by the posted submission deadline. Please be sure to select your campus on the application. Each submission should be written and edited at a graduate level.
Students should work closely with their advisor or major professor to devise a project budget and prepare materials for submission. Students must submit independent and unique proposals even if attending the same conference or doing the same research as another student or colleague.
For more details on how the council grades based on the guidelines listed below, view this presentation here. If the proposal contains proprietary information, clearly mark this information within the proposal with an asterisk at the beginning and end of the proprietary paragraph.
Utilize a legend if necessary. An entire proposal should not be marked proprietary.
The narrative, budget justification, references, supplies form, and budget worksheet should be uploaded into the corresponding sections of the GSPDF application.
This form will contain all of your required materials and will be submitted electronically to finalize the process. Narrative Failure to follow directions and formatting guidelines will result in an automatic rejection of your grant proposal submission.
Applicants should NOT include personal identifying information in their application this includes references to your program director, faculty advisor, program faculty, etc. All submissions are subject to blind review by the council.At the University of Kentucky we have strong programs in the areas of algebra, analysis/partial differential equations, applied math, combinatorics, numerical analysis, and topology.
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