Please read the Project Submission Format carefully, and include all requested components in the application. Be sure to include four copies of the application. Incomplete or late submissions will not be processed or returned.
a) Project title.
b) Research grant topic to which you are applying. Each application can only be submitted to one topic.
c) Amount of money being requested from the Nova Scotia Museum.
d) Name of the applicant. (The grant for each project will be awarded to only one individual)
e) Date of submission.
f) Home address (in order to process cheques for the successful applicant).
g) Daytime telephone number. (Successful applicants will be contacted for their Social Insurance Numbers)
Summary - A short summary of the project proposal that outlines the scope and objectives of the project, and its relationship to other work. An emphasis should be placed on the new knowledge or benefits that may result. Other sponsors of the project, if any, must be indicated.
a) Introduction - a precise statement of the research objective and/or the question to be investigated. This should include a précis of the existing state of knowledge and references to existing literature.
b) Methodology - an outline of the methodology to be used in the course of the work.
c) Work Schedule - a clear statement of goals and associated target dates, including where appropriate field work, analysis, and reporting.
d) Budget - a detailed cost breakdown and list of other financial contributors. Please show complete project budget, identify other sources of support and amounts contributed, and indicate the proposed use of funds provided by the Nova Scotia Museum Research Grant.
a) The Curriculum Vitae of the proponent is required. If the applicant is a student, the CV of the supervisor and a letter in support of the submission is also required.
b) Applicants must provide names of two references. In the case of students, one of these should be an academic supervisor.
c) A list of publications of the proponent and/or supervisor, if appropriate. Do not send copies of the publications unless requested to do so.
d) Any other documentation to demonstrate the proponent's capability to carry out the research project.
The applicant will submit four copies of the grant application to:
Research Grant Program
Nova Scotia Museum
1747 Summer St