Office of the Principal and Vice-Chancellor

[Principal and Vice Chancellor]
[Principal and Vice Chancellor]

Funding

[Dream Courses logo]Principal's Dream Courses

The new Principal's Dream Courses program will provide funding of up to $13,000 in support of the enhancement of already-existing undergraduate courses in a way that encourages undergraduate research and inquiry as key approaches to learning.

Funding will be awarded for the development of sustainable, semester-long courses that directly support both the overall academic mission of Queen’s University and the strategic goals related to enhancement of the learning experience of its students.

Course proposals must also address at least one of the identified themes of Sustainability, Indigenous Identities, and Queen's 175th Anniversary.

Find more details through the Centre for Teaching and Learning...


Principal's Development Fund

The Principal's Development Fund supports both Queen's and international scholars through:

International Visitors Program

Administered by the Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) – Office of the Associate Vice-Principal (International)

  • International Visiting Scholars (Open Competition)
  • International Visiting Scholars from Partner Institutions of the Matariki Network of Universities
  • Queen’s Visitors to Partner Institutions of the Matariki Network of Universities

Learn more about the international visitors program...

Support for Visiting Scholars

Administered by the dean of the appropriate faculty or school.

Requests for funding in support of Visiting Scholars (international and domestic) may be made to a fund apportioned to and administered by the deans of schools and faculties. This fund is to support academic visits by women, visible minorities, aboriginal peoples and people with disabilities.

Apply directly to the dean of the appropriate faculty or school.


Principal's Student Initiatives Fund

The Student Initiatives Fund supports student participation in projects devoted to the principles of personal growth and/or community service. Projects should provide educational opportunities such as participation in competitions, symposia, conferences, festivals and community development projects. The project must not be related to academic programs such as a class lecture, lab, practicum, internship or work placement.

When putting your proposal together please be sure to include the following:

  • a complete outline of your initiative
  • a detailed budget that includes: all income to date; projected expenses; a list of all fundraising activities; a list of departments, faculties and outside organizations you have approached for funding, and the outcome of those requests
  • your deadline for a response
  • your contact information (phone, address, and email)
  • the amount of funding you are requesting from the Student Initiatives Fund.

Applications to this fund and any questions can be directed to Christine Berga in the Principal's Office.