Finding Funding for Public Engagement
In this presentation, Marlies Rise, Director, Office of Research Services, Memorial University and Bojan Fürst, Manager, Knowledge Mobilization for the Harris Centre, Memorial University, speak about finding and accessing funding for publically engaged university projects.
More information on this topic:
Community Toolbox: From the Work Group for Community Health and Development at the University of Kansas. This webpage is designed to help community-based organizations write funding applications. Outlines for writing grant applications and examples of grant applications, as well as other online tools are provided.
Public Engagement Funding Information from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council: This webpage includes SSHRC's comments about community engagement and knowledge mobilization.
Public Engagement award information from the Engagement Scholarship Consortium. This page provides information on a variety of engagement-related recognition awards.