CIUS Funding and Awards Opportunities 2018-2019

Research Grants

Research Grants in Ukrainian and Ukrainian Canadian Studies in the Humanities and Social sciences, Law, Education and Library Sciences 2018-2019

Research grants are awarded in support of projects that have scholarly value, well-defined work plans, and modest budgets.

Applicants should read the “Research Grant Application Guide” and fill out the application form.

CIUS accepts applications submitted in Ukrainian. Please see the set of instructions if you decide to apply in the Ukrainian language.

Deadline: 1 March 2018

Дослідні гранти на українську та українсько-канадську тематику у галузі гуманітарних та соціальних наук, права, педагогіки та бібліотечної справи на 2018 – 2019

Дослідні гранти розраховані на підтримку чітко визначених і детально спланованих наукових досліджень, які становлять наукову цінність і мають невеликий бюджет.

Пошукувачам слід прочитати «Інструкції до подання» та виповнити анкету.

КІУС приймає заявки українською мовою. Просимо дотримуватися відповідних інструкцій при поданні заявки українською мовою.   

Реченець: 1 березня 2018

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The Remeza Family Research and Publications Grant 2018-2019

Awarded annually to support research and publications pertaining to the work and legacy of Bohdan Lepky and the general areas of his intellectual and creative interests. This may include works on language, literature, history, education, and culture that reflect the Lepky era.
Deadline: 1 March 2018

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The Teodota and Ivan Klym Grants in Ukrainian Studies 2018-2019

The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies is accepting proposals from students and scholars from the universities in Ukraine (particularly Chernivtsi National University) for junior and senior research grants, fellowships, scholarly publications, and conferences.

 Deadline: 1 March 2018

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 Holodomor Grants Competition 2018-2019

The Holodomor Research and Education Consortium (HREC) announces its 2018 Research Grants Competition. Applications will be considered that focus on Holodomor research, publishing of research results, preservation of materials, and organization of and participation in conference sessions and workshops dealing with the Holodomor. Grants for individuals will not exceed $6,000 Canadian. The majority of grants in past years have ranged from $1,000 to $3,000. HREC is also accepting proposals for collaborative projects that engage scholars and institutions from both in and outside Ukraine. Collaborative grants may be awarded for a maximum of $15,000 Canadian.

Deadline: 1 March 2018