Research funds awarded to University of Guelph researchers for the 2016-17 fiscal year total over $146 million.
University of Guelph Research Funding 2016-2017
|Sponsor Group||Instalment Share||% of Total|
|Federal Government Departments||$22,635,688||15%|
|Business and Industry||$17,544,306||12%|
|Non-Profit & Charitable Organizations||$11,679,037||8%|
|Ontario Government Ministries||$4,697,818||3%|
|Networks of Centres of Excellence||$584,938||0%|
|U.S. Federal Government Departments||$16,118||0%|
The details of Research Funding can be found in our Annual Research Summaries below.
Annual Research Summaries of Awards and Funds
Detailed information by college, department, researcher, and by sponsor are available (requires University of Guelph central ID for login).
Any inquiries related to this report or additional report requests may be directed to Laura Beaupre, Director, Research Analysis and Reporting (firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-824-4120 ext. 56616).
Research Support Fund (RSF)
The Research Support Fund (formerly the Federal Indirect Cost Program) is a Government of Canada fund that helps Canadian universities, colleges, and their affiliated research hospitals and institutes with the hidden costs of research.
The University of Guelph is proud to partner with the Canadian Research Chairs program, NSERC Industrial Research Chairs program, and other government agencies, foundations, corporations, and individuals to attract elite researchers to the University. These researchers carry out regionally, nationally, and internationally significant research in our areas of strategic importance. We proudly present our Research Chairs.
OMAFRA - UoG Partnership
The partnership between the University of Guelph and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) has tremendous economic impact. View available impact studies.
Strategic Research Plan
Other University Facts and Figures
- Overall University Facts and Figures - include enrolments, faculty and staff numbers, and Institutional revenue