Location: Via Zoom – Link to be provided to registered participants
The purpose of the FRQSC Research Support for New Academics program is to enable the completion of an individual research project; help support a new generation of researchers and university instructors by assisting new academics embarking upon their careers in establishing themselves as independent researchers and becoming competitive at the national and international levels; consolidate the research system by supporting up-and-coming research academics and incite new research academics who are beginning their careers to develop original research avenues.
Emerging researchers in social sciences and humanities, arts and literature, who are planning to apply to the upcoming FRQSC Research Support for New Academics 2022 competition are encouraged to attend this information session, which will include:
- A brief introduction about the objectives and application requirements of the FRQSC Research Support for New Academics Program by Joanna Mastalerek, Senior Grants and Agreements Officer, and Lindsay Dayton, Grants and Agreements Officer, Office of Sponsored Research;
- A presentation from Dr. Grant McKenzie, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, who will share his insights for preparing a successful proposal;
- A question and answer period where participants will be encouraged to raise any questions they may have about the program and the application process.
Those who are unable to attend or wish to provide their questions in advance are invited to send their inquiries to joanna.mastalerek [at] mcgill.ca (Joanna Mastalerek) (ext. 7300) or lindsay.dayton [at] mcgill.ca (Lindsay Dayton) (ext. 1062) in advance so that they may be covered during the session.
This session will be hosted on Zoom – link and password will be provided to those who RSVP.
McGill credentials will be required log in.
Registration is closed. Contact Kathleen Therrien (kathleen.therrien [at] mcgill.ca) to attend