Research Support Fund
The Research Support Fund assists Canadian postsecondary institutions with the costs associated with managing their research enterprise, helping them to maintain a world-class research environment.
Scholarly Activity Grants
Yukon University has established funding for employee and student research that will help support its scholarly activity goals of establishing a northern-focused university and relevant niche programming.
Northern Scientific Training Program
Yukon University has partnered with the Northern Scientific Training Program (NSTP) to support students in furthering their research interests while meeting the needs of Canadians.
Two-eyed Seeing Research Funding
This program aims to uphold Indigenous values and practices in research, training, and knowledge sharing throughout Yukon, as it braids Indigenous and western knowledge through a variety of initiatives.
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), referred to as Tri-Agency, are federal government granting agencies entrusted with managing public funds to enable and support a world class, Canadian research enterprise.
The Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) Career Launcher program connects employers with skilled students and grads by providing up to $32,000 towards an intern’s salary and training expenses.
Mitacs is a national not-for-profit that empowers Canadian innovation through effective partnerships that deliver solutions to our most pressing problems.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Northern Policy Studies (for US scholars)
Apply by September 15th for this Fullbright residency at YukonU!
Yukon Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (YSPOR) Funding Programs
Offering five funding streams designed to build capacity in Yukon health research. Funding will support YukonU undergraduate and graduate students to engage in mentored health research projects; and create opportunities for people who are working in a health-related field but are not in an academic environment to gain research skills and participate in research.