The College has eligibility for funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) also allows us to take advantage of federal monies set aside specifically for research at colleges. Langarans are also now permitted to apply to the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) for funding in the arts (that is, social sciences, humanities, and creative arts), business/management, human and social development, and education, as well as some aspects of information and communications technology and health studies.

 

BCCAT CFP open now! Please contact Jenny Francis or Kelly Sveinson if you would like to apply to any of the opportunities below!

 

 

Pandemic-Related Changes in Post-Secondary: An Overview of Students’ Surveys and Institutional Responses

This study aims at creating a repository of surveys aimed at assessing students' experiences and perceptions in order to summarize key findings, as well as to provide a resource for institutions designing surveys in the future. Learn more. Deadline: April 12, 2021. Contact: Anna Tikina, Research Officer.



Pandemic-Related Changes in Admissions/ Registrarial Practices and Policies

This study aims at assessing COVID-19 related modifications of admissions/ registrarial practices and policies at BC post-secondary institutions. Learn more. Deadline: April 12, 2021. Contact: Anna Tikina, Research Officer.



Exploring Data Collection to Support Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in BC Public Post-secondary Institutions

This project, developed in conjunction with the BC Registrars’ Association and EducationPlannerBC, will provide a survey of key considerations around the collection of data on student ethnicity and ancestry, and a survey of approaches adopted in other jurisdictions. Issues specific to post-secondary admission and reporting processes will be highlighted. Learn more. Deadline: April 15, 2021. Contact: Anna Tikina, Research Officer.



Impact of Covid-19 and Online Learning on Students in BC’s Rural and Remote Communities

This project aims at analyzing institutional data, and survey or interviews with students and faculty, to assess the impact of the move to remote, online learning on students from rural and remote communities. Learn more. Deadline: April 15, 2021. Contact: Anna Tikina, Research Officer.

 

 

 

Additional opportunities:

National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC):

Social Sciences and Humanitites Research Council of Canada (SSHRC):

Others