George Brown College is eligible for a range of funding programs from provincial and federal agencies and other sources.
Follow these links to agency sites listing funding opportunities and please contact our office so that we can support your proposal.
- The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI)
- Canadian Council on Learning
- Canadian Health Services Research Foundation
- Canadian Institutes of Health Research
- Ministry of Research and Innovation
- National Research Council Canada
- Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), College and Community Innovation (CCI) funding program
- Ontario Centres of Excellence
- Ontario Innovation Trust (OIT)
- Precarn Inc.
- Sustainable Development Technology Canada
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
- Ministry of Health and Long- Term Care
Invest in Ontario (Ministry of Economic Development and Growth) also keeps a thorough and up to date list of government funding programs for researchers and entrepreneurs based in Ontario. Find that here: Incentive Programs & Services
Funding at George Brown
George Brown College holds two competitions mid-November in order to build research capacity and foster a culture of innovation at the college.
Applied Research Funding (formerly SEED Funding)
The George Brown College Applied Research Fund (ARF) was developed to build collaborative research and innovation capacity within George Brown staff. All ARF projects need to:
- Be led by a first time researcher at the college;
- Address the needs and involve external partner(s) (industry or community);
- And, provide learning opportunities for student researchers.
The annual call for proposals is mid-November. Learn more.
Teaching and Learning Research Fund
The George Brown Teaching and Learning Research Fund (TLRF) funds projects that test new teaching methods or processes of teaching and/or learning. The methods must be scalable or replicable. Learning’s from the research projects should be something that faculty across the college can use to enhance their teaching and all projects must align with one or more of the College’s strategic priorities. Learn more.