Call for Scholarships and Seed Grants
Applications Now Closed: Call for Applicants 2019/2020 - Deadline January 31, 2019
On the global stage, the emergence of Indigenous scholarship is being fostered through the growing presence of Indigenous scholars in academic institutions, and through the collaborative innovations Indigenous communities are leading to develop a base of research about their daily lives, realities and challenges.
In the field of Indigenous health scholarship, this represents a new, hopeful, and more inclusive way of doing research as it supports community-driven efforts to create the conditions for improvements in health and well-being.
The development of Ontario’s Indigenous Mentorship Network is guided by an an Anishinabe concept Mno Nimkodadding Geegi (translation: “we are all connected”). This concept relates to our Network’s goals of mentorship, to our responsibilities and relatedness with local communities, but also to the ways we understand health and well-being.
IMN-Ontario understands health and well-being across many dimensions and scales, from the individual and reaching to family, community, environment, and inclusive of historical experiences and the contemporary political, cultural, social and economic structures and environments that impact health and well-being day to day.
If you have questions about whether your proposed project fits within IMN’s mandate, please contact the Program Coordinator, Katie Big-Canoe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only Indigenous students registered at an Ontario University are eligible to apply. Graduate and Health Professionals must be undertaking applied community-based health and well-being research.
To apply, fill out the Scholarship Application Form below and submit along with all required documentation by Thursday January 31, 2019. Late applications will not be accepted. Applications must be emailed to: email@example.com
- Graduate and Health Professional Scholarship: Application Form
- Graduate and Health Professional Scholarship: Information for Applicants
- Undergraduate Scholarship: Application Form
- Undergraduate Scholarship: Information for Applicants
Only Indigenous post-doctoral fellows and new investigators undertaking applied community-based health and well-being research are eligible to apply. Seed grants are available for up to $5,000 per year.
To apply, fill out the Seed Grant Application Form below and submit along with all required documentation by Thursday January 31, 2019. Late applications will not be accepted. Applications must be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org