Research at UCN

Research Creates Positive Change

UCN's Office of Reconciliation, Research & Academic Innovation (RRAI) is the focal point for developing and supporting research activity at UCN.

Since UCN became a degree-granting institution, it has been steadily building and strengthening an environment supportive of research.  Today, many of our faculty members are engaged in exciting work that expands collective understanding, challenges boundaries or poses important questions, and collaboratively engages with the communities we serve to make positive change. 

Research Support Fund

Research funding provided through three federal research granting agencies [Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)] is generally limited to direct project costs (e.g., research equipment, research assistant salaries, etc.). Institutions whose researchers receive funding for research also incur costs to manage their research enterprise. These are often called “indirect costs of research.”

Learn more about UCN and the Research Support Fund here.

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Summary of Research, Scholarly Activity, Capacity Building and Service

Faculty and staff members at UCN are engaged in a broad range of work related to research and scholarly activity, capacity building and service.  We have many exciting projects on the go with a range of community, academic and other partners across northern Manitoba, Canada and internationally. 

2021-22 UCN Research and Scholarly Activity Report

For more information, contact:

Dr. Guru Chinnasamy, MSc, PhD
Manager of Research
Phone: 204-677-6363
Email: gchinnasamy@ucn.ca

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