(January 24, 2002, Gazette)
For more information
about the items below or to request application materials, contact Elaine
Whelan at the Office of Research, 737-8251 or e-mail email@example.com
Computing expertise available
Students from the Department of Computer Science internship option are
available to work on campus on program-relevant projects. The internship
is an extended period of work in which senior computer science students
obtain experience directly related to their academic program and career
objectives. Internships can start at the beginning of any semester (i.e.
September, January, or May) and have a duration of eight, 12, or 16 months.
The flexible nature of the program would allow employing researchers to
suit the internship to project requirements. For further information,
including university internship rates, contact Paul Smith at ext. 2419
or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Science and Technology Youth Internship
The Science and Technology Youth Internship Web site has been updated
to reflect the information regarding submission of applications for the
internship funding program for the fiscal year 2002-2003. Applications
are available at www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/ssip.
If you do not have Internet access, please contact 772-2029 or e-mail
email@example.com to request
a hard copy. The deadline date for applications is Jan. 31, 2002.
Call for papers
The University College of Cape Breton is inviting proposals for papers
and for panel suggestions for its third annual Festival of Community Economics
being held on June 13-15, 2002, in Sydney, Nova Scotia. This years
theme is From Mondragon to America Community Economic Development
and the Knowledge-Based Economy. The deadline for submission of paper
presentations or proposals for panel suggestions is Jan. 31. For further
information, contact Lee Singleton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Viagra research grants
Pfizer Inc. is inviting investigators worldwide to submit proposals outlining
original and scientifically-valid basic science, preclinical, or clinical
research projects with Viagra. The Viagra research grants program is designed
to support the investigation of any aspect of Viagra that would extend
scientific knowledge of the product and its use in clinical practice.
The projects should yield results warranting submission initially as abstracts
to scientific meetings and subsequently for publication in peer-reviewed
journals. Proposals must be received by Jan. 31. For further information,
see www.viagragrants.com or e-mail Mary Beth Woodin, program administrator
CIHR registration deadline
Faculty wishing to apply under the upcoming March 1 CIHR operating grants
competition must register intent to apply by Feb. 1. Registration consists
of selected pages from the CIHR research and CV application modules which
must be completed online, printed, signed by the primary applicant only,
and mailed to CIHR by Feb. 1. Detailed information on the pages required
are available at www.cihr.ca/funding_opportunities/application_forms/reg-www_e.shtml.
For further information and assistance, contact the Office of Research
Summer student research
The Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is inviting researchers to request
support for a student to work on a cystic fibrosis project during the
summer of 2002. This should be a reasonably simple project that can be
handled by a student with limited background and real time limitations.
Awards will be made at prevailing Canadian rates. The foundation asks
that the researcher provide clear and complete information about the specific
candidate to enable that person to compete favourably for this award.
Each application for support will be reviewed by the medical/scientific
advisory committee of the foundation. The application deadline isFeb.
Vice-presidents grants committee
The term of the professional schools representative on the vice-presidents
grants committee is expiring and expressions of interest and nominations
for a replacement are invited by Feb. 8, 2002. The vice-presidents
grants committee adjudicates applications for internal travel and research
funds under the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)
general grant and for the vice-presidents research grant.
Climate Change Action Fund
Proposals are now being invited for funding through the science sub-component
of the CCAF for research that will address key gaps in our knowledge of
climate system processes. For more information, see www.ec.gc.ca/climate/ccaf-facc/Science/callprop.html.
The submission date for proposals is Feb. 25, 2002.
Canada Council for the Arts
The Canada Council for the Arts has announced the creation of two initiatives
in the arts and sciences in partnership with Natural Sciences and Engineering
Research Council (NSERC) and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC).
The purpose of these agreements is to encourage research collaborations
between artists and scientists or engineers. The New Media Initiative
partnership between NSERC and the Canada Council is directed at new media
artists and scientists who want to collaborate on projects involving an
artistic component and a scientific or engineering component. Projects
must involve the creation of original independent new media art. Artistic
productions intended for the cultural industry of commercial new media
are not eligible. Projects must be scientifically sound and promise to
generate new knowledge or a new technology or to apply existing knowledge/technology
in an innovative manner. The application deadline is March 1, 2002. For
further information, see www.canadacouncil.ca.
The Artist-In Residence for Research Fellowships (AIRes), a partnership
between NRC and the Canada Council, will support independent established
artists in any artistic discipline who wish to undertake research within
one of the NRC institutes, in Ottawa or other parts of the country. Fellowships
in the amount of $75,000 per year will be awarded for a two-year period.
Details of this partnership will be available on the Canada Councils
Web site in January 2002. For more information on this program please
call (613) 566-4414 or e-mail email@example.com.
2002 CFI deadlines
In 2002, CFI has set March 1, June 3, Sept. 3 and Dec. 2 as the deadline
dates for its New Opportunities program. This funding program is aimed
at new researchers in the areas of science, health, environment and engineering.
If you would like more information on this program, please contact Pamela
White at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canada Council Jean A. Chalmers fund for the crafts.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Clinical Trials (Letters
Cancer Research Institute (New York) (CRINY) clinical investigator
award in general and cancer immunology.
German Academic Exchange Service contemporary literature grant.
Hospital for Sick Children Innovative Investigators (letters of
Leukemia Society of America translational research program (letter
Research/Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society of Canada/Muscular Dystrophy
Association of Canada operating grants (full application).
Memorial ISER fellowships (master, research grants).
Memorial, J. R. Smallwood Centre for Newfoundland Studies project
grants; research grants.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) equipment and maintenance
grant (new and renewal applications); operating grant (new and renewal
applications); workshops and symposia.
Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council project grants.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization collaborative linkage grants;
expert visits (physical & engineering science).
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada/National Cancer
Institute of Canada Canadian tobacco research initiative (planning
University of Calgary-Gorbachev Foundation joint trust fund.