College Applied Research Development Fund
The College Applied Research Development (CARD) Fund is is an internal funding source administered by Research Partnerships & Innovation to encourage faculty, staff, and students to engage in research activities at the College.
See fact sheets from recent Applied Research projects and initiatives.
To further engage faculty, staff, and students in applied research and learning and maintain RRC’s status as one of Canada’s top research colleges, Applied Research & Commercialization has created an online resource that will identify, promote, share, and create connections between our subject matter experts at the College, and the business and research communities at large.
Applied research and funding opportunities are posted as they become available. We are happy to assist with the preparation of any and all grant or fund applications.
Strategic Transformation & Applied Research Fund
The Strategic Transformation & Applied Research Fund is an evolution from previous internal funding (PIF and CARD) at Red River College. The new fund aims to support broad range of activities at the college with emphasis on interdisciplinary and multi-department projects. The proposal must clearly demonstrate innovation, must be unique and/or have elements of strategic transformation.
The Canadian English Language Benchmark Assessment for Nurses
CELBAN is an occupation-specific English language proficiency assessment tool used to assess the threshold English language proficiency of internationally-educated nurses (IENs).
With support from NSERC, RPI has created several detailed videos that tell the stories behind major applied research projects, facilities and research groups which are helping drive the Manitoba economy in innovative and sustainable ways.