Supported through SSHRS’s Institutional Grants program, NSCAD provides seed funding for faculty research projects through an adjudicated application process and also supports faculty as they apply for external funding. View NSCAD’s Strategic Research Plan, browse the archive to read past plans, and learn more about internal and external funding opportunities.
An inclusive campus is an environment where every member is a valued contributor. It is a campus that encourages diverse perspectives and recognizes that it is through diversity that creativity and innovation can flourish. Fostering a culture of inclusion is a process that begins with acknowledging the diversity among us and the fact that some members of our community experience barriers to education, employment, and full participation due to systemic factors. An institution that is committed to fostering a culture of inclusion continually designs, reviews and rebuilds structures (policies, programs, practices) that are inclusive, equitable, and accessible to all, thereby reducing the necessity for accommodation and remediation.
The Research Support Fund assists Canadian post-secondary institutions with the costs associated with managing their research enterprise, helping them to maintain a world-class research environment. The Research Support Fund for universities is calculated based on a proportion of Tri-Council funded grants earned over a three-year period. Grants can be used to:
In 2018-19, NSCAD will receive $88,690 which we are committing to support research at NSCAD. This includes the funding of a research officer (part-time, term limited appointment), library consortia licenses, research facility maintenance, accreditation and regulatory adherence. The Research Support Fund provides much needed support to the research infrastructure at NSCAD.