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    Canada Research Chair Presentation by Dr. Tracy Friedel
    MRU CRC Dr. Tracy Friedel will present "The Trapline Was Our Home": Negotiating Colonialism and Capitalism in the early days of the Great Canadian Oil Sands" on Thursday, April 18, 2019, from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. See details here. Please RSVP to Julia Johnson by Wednesday, April 17th, if you plan to attend.

    CRC Presentation

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    Faculty Conference Travel Fund opportunity
    The ORSCE is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for the Winter 2019 Faculty Conference Travel Fund (FCTF) opportunity via ROMEO. Click here for details.

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    ISoTL 2019 Grants
    The Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning are now accepting applications for four grant opportunities. Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 24, 2019. See the ORSCE Internal Funding Opportunities webpage for details.

    Funding Opportunity

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    Discovery and Changemaking through Research and Scholarship
    Mount Royal University fosters excellence in undergraduate education enriched by research and scholarship for knowledge generation, application and positive change. See the new MRU Strategic Research and Scholarship Plan for details.

    New SR&SP

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The Office of Research, Scholarship and Community Engagement

As a knowledge-seeking community, Mount Royal appreciates that intellectual inquiry benefits us all. We support the independent and collaborative scholarship of faculty and students with a particular emphasis on community-engaged research and the enhancement of the undergraduate experience. 

The Office of Research, Scholarship and Community Engagement (ORSCE) is dedicated to helping research and scholarly activity from beginning to end. The ORSCE office motto for researchers is "see us early, see us often".

ORSCE fosters a culture of scholarly inquiry on campus for the betterment of the broader community. Some of our activities include:

  • Assisting with the development of research ideas;
  • Providing information on sources of project funding;
  • Conducting workshops on facets of research, scholarship and community engagement;
  • Improving grant application success through support from internal and external experts;
  • Facilitating collaborative and interdisciplinary programs of research;
  • Administering grants and awards;
  • Overseeing and supporting a diverse collection of scholarly institutes;
  • Communicating and celebrating research and scholarship of the MRU community.


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What is ROMEO?

ROMEO replaces the existing "Tracking Form" and online application system that has primarily been used for funded research activity and projects requiring Human Research Ethics Board (HREB) clearance. ROMEO helps faculty and their administrators maintain their compliance obligations for ethics approvals and research awards with enhanced project management capabilities through all stages of the project lifecycle. Faculty can login to one common interface to start a new grant application, check on the status of a HREB application or submit a final research report. 

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