James Alexander Campbell Nutrition Education and Knowledge Mobilization Fund
This fund is intended to incubate and provide start up support for innovative and engaged nutrition research related to education or knowledge mobilization.
Knowledge mobilization is an umbrella term encompassing a wide range of activities relating to the production and use of research results, including knowledge synthesis, dissemination, transfer, exchange, and co-creation or co-production by researchers and knowledge users.
The James Alexander Campbell Nutrition Education and Knowledge Mobilization fund will provide support to a maximum of $20,000. Awards are not renewable. Projects must be completed within two years of the confirmation of the award.
Applications must submitted to the College Research Office by February 1. Notifications will be sent by March 15.
Contact the CSAHS Research Manager for a copy of the form.
Office of Research Forms
OR-5 Research Proposal Form
The OR-5 Research Proposal Approval Form must be completed for all research proposals before submission to research sponsors, and must be signed by the Principal Investigator, the Departmental Chair or School Director, and the College Dean before authorization by the Office of Research.
General Research Fund (GRF) - Grant Extensions to NSERC/SSHRC
Form for Request for Early Set up of Research Account
Circumstances may arise where the principal investigator requests access to an account before the required documentation is complete. Visit the Office of Research Services website for the forms and guidelines to request an Early Set up of a Research Account or to request for Early Set up of Research Account for CFI/MRI infrastructure awards.
University of Guelph Grant Agreement Template
Formerly known as Grant in Aid, the Office of Research provides a template for the University of Guelph Grant Agreement, which may be used with any research sponsor who does not seek the right to restrict or delay the dissemination of the results of the research; does not seek any rights to intellectual property resulting from the research; and does not seek a warranty with respect to a standard of performance.