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ArcticNet Call for Proposals: Future Directions in Research in Inuit Education

Forwarded on behalf of the Grants Coordinators, Research Grant and Contract Services. Please forward to interested faculty and/or students within your unit and post.

To interested researchers, please note:

  1. Research Grant and Contract Services internal deadline for Comprehensive Review for this competition is: noon, 10 working days before the sponsor deadline.
  2. Research Grant and Contract Services internal deadline for Institutional Review for this competition is: noon, 3 working days before the sponsor deadline.
  3. When submitting an application for Institutional Review, be sure to include the appropriate Approval Form from your Department/Faculty with the application.
  4. Please notify a Grants Coordinator at Research Grant and Contract Services of your intent to apply to the upcoming competition.

Contact for Faculty of Medicine, Schools of Nursing, Pharmacy, Social Work, HKR, and Grenfell Campus is Vicki Gill,, 709-864-3045.
Contact for Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Engineering, and Marine Institute is Karen Follett,, 709-864-8252.
Contact for Faculty of Science, Business Administration, Education, School of Music, and the Labrador Institute is Tasha Harrold, , 709-864-4745.

Further details on processes for institutional review and approval are available at

ArcticNet is launching a directed call for proposals to address research priority areas on Inuit Education developed through collaboration with the Amaujaq National Centre for Inuit Education following roundtable sessions and the Forum on Research in Inuit Education held in Iqaluit in 2013.
The detailed Application Guidelines and Application Form are available for download on the ArcticNet website: The call for proposals is open to eligible researchers in Canada, and new applicants and collaborators not previously engaged in ArcticNet are encouraged to apply.
The sponsor’s deadline for submission of full proposals is of Friday, 15 August 2014. Selected projects are anticipated to start on October 1, 2014.
Please contact the ArcticNet Administration Centre if you require more information.