There are a number of funding opportunities to support international initiatives and projects led by UBC Okanagan faculty.
Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies and Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Building upon previous rounds of partnership seed funding (2018) and Fellowships and Project grants (2020), Initiator Grants are intended to support pilot projects to establish or broaden academic and research collaboration. Three Initiator Grants up to a maximum GBP £4,000 / CAD $6,900 each will be available in February 2022 to Exeter and UBC Okanagan collaborators, with the following objectives:
- To develop and expand relationships between Exeter and UBC Okanagan
- To support both research and education initiatives
- To enable grant holders to develop projects for Catalyst funding and/or competitive, larger-scale external grant applications.
Initiator Grant Guidelines
Initiator Grant Application
Building upon previous rounds of partnership seed funding (2018) and Fellowships and Project grants (2020), Catalyst Grants are intended to support larger-scale initiatives with the aim of securing external funding and/or producing high-level outputs and impact. It is anticipated that academic staff at both Universities, with excellent and complementary expertise and capability, will have already established a working relationship and track record that can be demonstrated as part of the application.
Applications up to a maximum GBP £20,000 / CAD $34,000 are invited, with the following objectives:
- To position the project group to win major external funding, publish significant research, and/or influence national/international policy.
- To address research questions and/or to develop innovative teaching and learning initiatives with the potential for high-impact that could not be as effectively carried out by a partner on its own.
- To facilitate further development of novel research and/or teaching and learning concepts to the point of submission of bid(s) for significant external funding.
- To expedite ground-breaking interdisciplinary research and/or teaching and learning initiatives, taking them to the next level.
Deadline for applications: February 9, 2022
Reichwald Germanic Studies Award for Research & Creative Activity
The intent of the Reichwald Germanic Studies Award for Research and Creative Activity is to promote and facilitate faculty research and creative activity related to any area of German society. The research or creative activity must be related to German society, but need not take place in Germany. Follow the link below to view the full details and program terms.
To learn more about international funding opportunities, contact:
Associate Director, Campus Internationalization.