The U of S Internal Review Program is open to all researchers applying to selected funding opportunities. This program is a strategic investment in U of S researcher success and supports institutional aims to encourage and facilitate research excellence. The U of S Internal Review Program aims to provide high quality feedback to researchers in both the early and final stages of grant development.
Our "College of Reviewers”—U of S faculty members with experience adjudicating, reviewing, and/or applying for Tri-Agency funding—provide expert feedback to U of S faculty applying for the following Tri-Agency programs.
Internal Review - Round 1 (spring)
Internal Review - Round 2 (summer)email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Research Tools and Instruments Grants Program (RTI) - (Timeline) (Intention to Apply/Request for Internal Review)
*New in 2017: NSERC has recently removed the university quotas for the RTI competition and the Fall 2017 RTI competition will be open to all eligible Canadian university researchers. Researchers will be able to participate on one application per competition, either as an applicant or a co-applicant, but not both.Questions? Contact email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Collaborative Research and Training Experience Program (CREATE) *Mandatory Internal Review* - (Timeline) (Internal Registration)
- Insight Grants (IG) - (Timeline) (Intention to Apply/Request for Review) (Application Template/Checklist)
- Insight Development Grants (IDG) - (Timeline) (Intention to Apply/Request for Review) (Insight Development Grant 2018 Template)
*New in 2017: Internal review of Establishment Grant application is no longer required by SHRF. Principal applicants are only eligible to submit one application per competition.Questions? Contact email@example.com.