University Researcher (CHU)
A university researcher is a regular member of a faculty in a Québec university who possesses a doctorate or equivalent status, or a researcher occupying a position equivalent to that of a professor who has been empowered by his/her institution to direct or co-direct Master's dissertations or doctoral theses. The salary of a University Researcher must be paid out of the university's regular budget. Also considered as a CHU is a research fellow from a Québec or Canadian granting organization.
New University Researcher (CHUN)
A university researcher must meet the eligibility criteria set out in the Établissement de nouveaux professeurs-chercheurs program (Start-up Program for New Researcher Professors) .
University Researcher-Creator (CRU)
A university researcher-creator is a regular member of the faculty of a Québec university, whose work involves creative or performance activities, who engages in a sustained creative practice and who is authorized by his/her institution to direct research-creation projects and train students enrolled at the graduate and postgraduate levels. The salary of a CRU must be paid out of the university's regular budget.
New University Researcher-Creator (CRUN)
A new university researcher-creator must meet CRU criteria and the eligibility criteria set out in the Établissement de nouveaux professeurs-chercheurs-créateurs program (Start-up Program for New Researcher-creator Professors).
Retired University Researcher (CHUT)
A retired university researcher must, for the duration of the grant, occupy a position of guest, associate or emeritus professor in a Québec university and be empowered by his/her institution to direct research projects and guide students.
College Researcher (CHC)
A college researcher is a full-time member of the faculty of a general or professional college, a private college in the public interest or a government school that dispenses post-secondary education. A college researcher may also hold a regular full-or parttime position in a college research and transfer centre. A college researcher-creator also meets these criteria, and his/her tasks involves creation or performance activities.
Retired College Researcher (CHCT)
A retired college researcher is from a general or vocational college, a private college of public interest, a government school that provides post-secondary education or a college centre for the transfer of technology. A retired college researcher-creator also meets these requirements and his/her tasks involve creation or performance activities.
Affiliated Researcher (CHA)
An affiliated researcher is a faculty member or researcher who holds a doctorate or equivalent status and is working in a Québec university but does not belong to its regular staff.
Government Researcher (CHG)
A government researcher is a researcher from a governmental environment.
Research Practitioner (PC)
A research practitioner is a professional who holds a position as a practitioner in an institution and who is released from all or part of his professional duties to be able to devote time to research activities recognized by the institution:
participation in the formulation and performance of research projects;
collaboration in the drafting of pedagogical documents for practitioners;
collaboration in scientific communication or diffusion activities within the institution or in the network.
Institutional Researcher (CE)
An institutional researcher is a person who possesses a doctorate, who is certified by a university to direct or co-direct Masters dissertations and doctoral thesis and who has the status of researcher in the institution. This person plays a key role in the interface between researchers, practitioners and managers. This may be a person who has a Master's degree and recognized expertise in research.
Industrial Researcher (CHI)
An industrial researcher is a researcher from an industrial environment.
Researcher from outside Quebec (CHH)
A researcher from outside Quebec is a researcher from a research environment outside Quebec.
Visiting Researcher (VIS)
A visiting researcher is a researcher from an institution different than the one with which the person responsible for the application is connected, who is participating, for a pre-determined period, in the research work of a team, group or centre.
Researcher without Recognized Institutional Affiliation (CHS)
A researcher without recognized institutional affiliation is a researcher residing in Québec but not holding a position or being paid by any institutional research or teaching structure, private or public, in Québec or elsewhere.
Postdoctoral Research Trainee (STP)
Person who performs, full-time and for a pre-determined period, a supervised postdoctoral research internship with a researcher, a group, a team, a centre, a grouping or a network, and who contributes actively to their research work.
Professional Artist (ARQ)
A professional artist is an artist who creates or interprets works on his/her own account, is recognized by his/her peers in his/her discipline and signs works which are disseminated in a professional context.
Professional Artist from Outside Québec (ARH)
A professional artist from outside Québec is a professional artist coming from an artistic environment outside Québec.