Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Connection Grants

Full details about the Connection Grant competition can be found on the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) website

Multiple Applications: Individuals may apply for one Connection Grant per calendar year. An applicant may not apply for or hold more than one Connection Grant for the same event or outreach activity. Please refer to SSHRC’s regulations regarding multiple applications for more information.

Application Deadlines: SSHRC makes Connection Grants funding decisions through a merit review process during four funding cycles per year.  For an application to be considered in one of these four cycles, applicants must meet the corresponding deadline date, according to the following schedule:

SSHRC Deadline

SSHRC Decision Date

May 1

June 30

August 1

September 30

November 1

January 8

February 1

March 31


Application Submission Timeline

 DATE

 URS DEADLINE

1 month prior to the SSHRC deadline

Notice of Intent to Apply Deadline

Applicants from the Faculty of Arts and Science please contact Adrian Kelly (adrian.kelly@queensu.ca). Applicants from all other Faculties/Schools please contact Diane Davies (diane.davies@queensu.ca).

5 business days prior to SSHRC deadline

Administrative Review Deadline

Final application submitted to URS via SSHRC system (can be returned to applicant for final amendments, if necessary).

TRAQ DSS Form completed and approved by Department Head and/or Associate Dean (Research).

SSHRC Connection Grants Webinars: May 26, 2021

Webinar Slide Deck (PDF 627 KB)


Application Resources 


Contact Information

SSHRC Connection Grants Contact: TRAQ Help Desk: University Research Services Contacts:

connection@sshrc-crsh.gc.ca

613-943-1007

Helpdesk Web Form

traq@queensu.ca

613-533-6000 ext. 78426

  • Faculty of Arts & Science Applicants please contact Adrian Kelly, Research Projects Advisor adrian.kelly@queensu.ca
     
  • Applicants from all other Faculties / Schools please contact Diane Davies, Research Projects Advisor diane.davies@queensu.ca