Research Awards

UAlberta's 1st ever Killam prize in the Humanities

Historian Sarah Carter has reshaped our understanding of Western Canada. Now she has now been awarded one of Canada's most prestigious research awards - the Killam Prize which is awarded annually to Canadian scholars who have made substantial, distinguished contributions to scholarly research in Canada. It is also the first ever Killam prize in Humanities for the University of Alberta. A very big congratulations Sarah! Read more.



Innovation Awards

Since 2013, the Innovation Awards (formerly called Innovation Makes Sense) has honoured the University of Alberta researchers, their groundbreaking technologies and the commercialization community that helped move their innovations out of the lab and into the world. Hosted by TEC Edmonton (UAlberta's commercialization agent), the event features an awards ceremony for researchers who successfully received a U.S. patent in the past year and/or who successfully created a spin-off company.

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Internal Awards

The Vice-President (Research) Office administers several internal research awards.

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External Awards Support

The Vice-President (Research) Office can help identify awards and support applications.

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Awards Database

Search internal and provincial, national and international award opportunities .

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