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Scholarship, Research and Creative Activities Growth Grants (SGG)

2020 SRCA Growth Grant application process is now open!

Scholarship, Research and Creative Activities Growth Grants are internal awards granted on a competitive basis for projects involving scholarship, research and creative activities (SRCA). The SGG program is intended to support SRCA at Sheridan by providing more opportunities for faculty members to pursue their scholarly, research and creative passions.


Register for an upcoming SRCA Growth Grants Information Session:

Join us to learn more about SRCA Growth Grants and how to increase your chances of success. Additional funding has been allocated to support SRCA Growth Grants, allowing the program to award up to $120,000 in the 2020 competition.

Tuesday, October 29, 2019
10:00 am – 11:30 am
WebEx and Room Details to Come

For more information or to register please contact: or x4212.


2020 SRCA Growth Grants Competition

2020 Award funding Up to $10,000
Application deadline and how to apply

Please submit the completed application form and project description to no later than 5:00pm December 9, 2019.

The guidelines contain detailed information about preparing your application. A sample application form has also been provided as an example. Please contact us if you would like to review a past successful application for reference.

SGG Guidelines

SGG Application Form

Sample SGG application with budget and timeline
SSHRC Explore Grant information The application and adjudication process for SSHRC Explore Grants will run in parallel to the SRCA Growth Grant process. SSHRC Explore Grants will have the same proposal format and guidelines, and will be reviewed by the same committee.  Please mark where indicated in the application form if you would like to be considered for this opportunity. Please see the SGG Guidelines for more details about the SSHRC Explore Grant opportunity.
Eligibility All full-time Sheridan faculty members are eligible to apply for a SGG. Other members of the Sheridan community may contribute to a project team as co-applicant.
Contact Cheryle Moreau