The following awards and funding competitions are supported by the Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) and administered by various offices in the Provost’s portfolio.
Applications for these awards are now open and close on either Oct. 31 or Nov. 20. Check the specific award page for application information.
The following awards are administered by Teaching and Learning Services:
A list of teaching awards at the Faculty level is available on the Teaching Teaching Awards website. Additional awards at the departmental or academic unit levels may also be available.
The Carleton University Student Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Research Awards were established in 2021. This initiative invited students from all Faculties to submit a proposal for an EDI-related research project that they intend to work on during the period from May 1 to August 30, 2021 in collaboration with a faculty member. Up to five undergraduate student awards are available, each valued at $10,000. One graduate student award is available, valued at $15,000. Award amounts include 4% vacation pay and research costs. Students will present their research during Carleton’s annual Inclusion Week.
The Provost Scholar Award honours exceptional undergraduate students who exemplify student engagement. There are up to two $1,000 awards given per Faculty each year. The awards are offered by the Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) and administered by the Discovery Centre.
Established in October 2018, the Carleton University Experiential Learning Fund provides additional support for the development of experiential learning opportunities in academic courses and programs. Experiential learning is the application of theory and academic content to real-world experiences, either within the classroom, the community, or the workplace, which advances program or course-based learning outcomes that are specifically focused on employability skills.
In light of the shift to online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, Carleton University and the University of Ottawa have established the Shared Online Projects Initiative (SOPI). This innovative, cross-institutional initiative provides instructors with grants of up to $8,000 each to work with colleagues at the partner university in developing online courses or modules.
The selected postings below relate to awards and funding. For all news related to the Office of the Provost, please visit the Provost’s News page.
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