Open call for applications: Community-University Engagement Support Fund

13 September, 2021

The Community-University Engagement Support (CUES) Fund is a program that builds partnerships and pursues shared projects with eligible BC community organizations, supporting the partners behind collaborative research, teaching and learning projects that benefit communities across the province.

Community-university partnerships enrich UBC research and education, support the non-profit sector, and help communities thrive. CUES removes financial barriers and prioritizes reciprocal, inclusive engagement so all communities — especially those that have been and continue to be underserved, marginalized, or excluded — can benefit.

Faculty, staff and students are invited to submit a Notice of Intent by October 14, 2021

CUES information session
Wednesday, September 22 at 10:30am
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Learn more about the Community-University Engagement Support Fund

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