Research Space Allocation
For the next few years, the Faculty of Humanities expects to have some dedicated research space available in the Clearihue building for projects requiring working and/or storage facilities. In order to access this space, regular faculty members should submit the Request for Research Space form (see below) to the Associate Dean by April 30.
Researchers will be informed in May, after the award of new external grants from agencies such as SSHRC. If space remains available, requests will be considered on a rolling basis throughout the year. Early discussions with the Associate Dean, especially when submitting grants proposals that are dependent upon having space available is advised.
Requests to occupy the research space must indicate a start date and an end date, normally to a maximum of the period covered by the researcher’s grant. Open-ended requests will not be considered. Renewal of an allocation is possible, but priority will be given to new applications. Sharing of space will be required in cases where an overlap of purpose or efficiency of usage may result.
Normally only projects receiving external funding will be provided with space. The need for space must be demonstrated in the request.
Visiting faculty members and adjuncts are not eligible to apply for designated research space.
A telephone (for local calls only) and basic office furniture will be provided. All other services (such as mail pick up) will occur through department offices. No computer support through DCST is available to research space other than the initial establishing of an Ethernet connection.
The Request for Research Space form is available as a Word document that can be filled in. The form fields expand to accommodate the information as required.
When the form is completed, send it electronically to Blair Taylor at email@example.com or print it out and send it via campus mail to Faculty of Humanties, Office of the Dean.
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