Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council 

SSHRC Partnership Development Grant, 2014

Steven Bednarski, History (St. Jerome's). Historical Environment, Climate Change, and Human Habitation Patterns: The Medieval Landscape at Herstmonceux, East Sussex.

Robert Kerton, Economics. Canadian Partnership on Public Policy-Oriented Consumer Interest Research.

SSHRC Connection Grant, 2014

Heather Douglas, Philosophy. Science-policy interface: International comparisons workshop.

Carla Fehr, Philosophy. Science, Technology, and Gender: Challenges and Opportunities.

Boyana Videkanic, Fine Arts. This Could be the Place.

SSHRC Insight Development Grant, 2014

James Beck, Psychology. Throwing in the Towel: The Effects of Setbacks on Goal Abandonment.

Robert Case, Social Development Studies (Renison). Exploring the impact of a 'win' on social movement organization: a comparative study of grassroots water activism in Hope, BC and Wellington Country, ON.

Mathieu Doucet, Philosophy. Know Thyself: The Moral Signficance of Self-Knowledge.

Nicolas Gauthier, French Studies. La rez-de-chaussee: repertoire electronique due roman-feuilleton francais du XIXe siecle.

Emmett Macfarlane, Political Science. The Role and Policy Impact of Officers of Parliament.

Tara McAuley, Psychology. First steps to building well-being in today’s teens: Examining emotion regulation and executive functioning as precursors to positive social-emotional outcomes during adolescent development.

John McLevey, Sociology. Collaborative Design in Online networks: The Case of Linux.

Jane Tingley, Fine Arts. anyWare.

Bojana Videkanic, Fine Arts. The Scarborough Guild of the Arts Project.

SSHRC Insight Grant, 2014

Wendi Adair, Psychology. Cross-cultural negotiation challenges: The role of nonverbal expression, multicultural experience, and implicit beliefs on miscommunication and information exchange.

James Beck, Psychology. Understanding Corner-Cutting Behaviours in the Workplace.

Hilary Bergsieker, Psychology. Diversity and trust: Achieving integration through interdependence.

Doug Brown, Psychology. When Bosses Behave Badly: The Causes and Consequences of Abusive Supervision.

William Coleman, Political Science. Canada, Quebec and Globalization.

Karen Collins, Drama & Speech Communication. Understanding and Improving Musical User-Generated Content in Video Games.

Frankie Condon, English Language & Literature. Absolute Equality: The Radical Precedents of Post-Racial Rhetorics in the 21st Century.

Igor Grossman, Psychology. Wisdom and Perspective in Real Life.

Ken Klassen, School of Accounting & Finance. International tax planning and the link between Canadian corporate tax rates and business investment.

Guy Poirier, French Studies. Genese et fortune des ecrits de Charlevoix sur le Japon.

Christine Purdon, Psychology. The Persistence of Unwanted Thoughts.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

NSERC Discovery Grant, 2014

Evan Risko, Psychology. Basic Mechanisms Underlying Object and Word Identification in Complex Displays: An Embodied Approach.

Daniel Smilek, Psychology. Exploring the Basic Mechanisms Underlying Sustained Attention, Attention Lapses and Mind Wandering.

NSERC Research Tools and Instruments Grant, 2014

Katharine White, Psychology. Advancing research in infant language and cognitive development through eye-tracking.
 

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

CIHR Open Operating Grant, 2014


Ontario Early Researcher Award (ERA), Round 9

Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Drama & Speech Communication. The Stratford Festival Online: Games and Virtual Learning Environments for Theatre Education.

Susan Roy, History. The History and Politics of Indigenous Heritage Sites

2015 grants

2013 grants

2012 grants

2011 grants