Research Funding at Saint Paul University

1- Research Grants Program: Research grants aim to support first and foremost the activities that form the preliminary steps in a program of research to be submitted to an external funding agency.

a) Guidelines

b) General Rules and Regulations

c) Form

2- Aid to Publication: The Aid to Publication Program has four sections.

Section I - Scholarly Books

Section II - Preparation of a Scholarly Work

Section III - Learned Journals and Open-Access Publishing

Section IV - Translation of a Book or an Article

a) Guidelines

b) General Rules and Regulations

c) Form

3- Scholarly Conference Program: The mandate of the program is to support the dissemination of research findings that have been assessed by peers or an external funding agency. It also supports the dissemination of research findings contributing to the University’s areas of excellence, of a faculty member’s ongoing program of research, or that of new faculty members.

a) Guidelines

b) General Rules and Regulations

c) Form

4- Graduate Student Support Program: The mandate of this program is to support graduate students in activities related to their thesis, such as academic papers, field research, or other related expenses.

a) Guidelines

b) General Rules and Regulations

c) Form

5- Dissemination of Knowledge: The program has two sections:

Section I - Conferences and Workshops on Campus

Section II - Shaping of New Knowledge

a) Guidelines

b) General Rules and Regulations

c) Form

6- Glasmacher Conferences: The program is under review.