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A Dialogue on Support for Indigenous Research Through SSHRC’s Funding Opportunities

Monday, Sept. 17, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

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Tim Wilson, PhD, Executive Director, Research Grants and Partnerships (SSHRC) Over its 40-year history, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) has focused on building Canada’s capacity to undertake world class research — and, as a result, has funded Canada’s top researchers and research trainees. As Executive Director of Research Grants and Partnerships at SSHRC, Tim Wilson is responsible for overseeing all of the Agency’s Grant programs. At this meeting, he will provide a brief summary about support for Indigenous Research through SSHRC’s funding opportunities. Then, there will be lots of time for questions and a dialogue about individuals’ experiences with SSHRC’s funding programs. The dialogue will be chaired by Dr. Max Liboiron, Associate Vice-President (Indigenous Research), Memorial University. To ensure that there is sufficient space in the booked room, please RSVP to hss@mun.ca, 864-8254 by Friday, September 14 at 12 noon. For information about joining the Meeting via video or teleconference, please contact Darcy Andrews (darcya@mun.ca; 1-709-864-7414).

Presented by SSHRC Leader and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Event Listing 2018-09-17 10:00:00 2018-09-17 12:00:00 America/St_Johns A Dialogue on Support for Indigenous Research Through SSHRC’s Funding Opportunities Tim Wilson, PhD, Executive Director, Research Grants and Partnerships (SSHRC) Over its 40-year history, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) has focused on building Canada’s capacity to undertake world class research — and, as a result, has funded Canada’s top researchers and research trainees. As Executive Director of Research Grants and Partnerships at SSHRC, Tim Wilson is responsible for overseeing all of the Agency’s Grant programs. At this meeting, he will provide a brief summary about support for Indigenous Research through SSHRC’s funding opportunities. Then, there will be lots of time for questions and a dialogue about individuals’ experiences with SSHRC’s funding programs. The dialogue will be chaired by Dr. Max Liboiron, Associate Vice-President (Indigenous Research), Memorial University. To ensure that there is sufficient space in the booked room, please RSVP to hss@mun.ca, 864-8254 by Friday, September 14 at 12 noon. For information about joining the Meeting via video or teleconference, please contact Darcy Andrews (darcya@mun.ca; 1-709-864-7414). A-4014 SSHRC Leader and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences