Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council 

SSHRC Insight Grant, 2015

Robert Danisch, Drama & Speech Communication. Sociologies of Rhetoric (4 yr)

Andrew Cooper, Political Science. The 'Thickening' of Regional Institutions in the Americas, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East: A Comparative Analysis (4 yr)

Andrew Faulkner, Classical Studies. The Judeo-Christian Muse and the Classical Tradition (5 yr)

Francisco Gonzalez, Economics. The macroeconomics of labour mismatch (5 yr)

Randy Harris, English Language & Literature. Computational Rhetoric (3 yr)

Eric Helleiner, Political Science. Globalizing the history of classical IPE thought (5 yr)

Suzan Ilcan, Sociology. Humanitarian Aid, Citizenship Politics, and the Governance of Syrian Refugees in Turkey (4 yr)

Whitney Lackenbauer, History (SJU). Canadian-American Relations in the Cold War Arctic, 1946-72 (3 yr)

Jee-Hae Lim, School of Accounting & Finance. Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) Impact and Quality (3 yr)

Ian Milligan, History. A Longitudinal Analysis of the Canadian World Wide Web as a historical Resource, 1996-2014 (5 yr)

Bessma Momani, Political Science. IMF and World Bank Collaboration on FSAPs: Intersection of Organizational Cultures and Potential Impact on Policy Outcomes (3 yr)

Susan Roy, History. The Indigenous Archive: shishalh genealogy, literacy, and the colonial encounter (3 yr)

John Turri, Philosophy. Experimental Epistemology (5 yr)

Alan Webb, School of Accounting & Finance. The Effects of Reward Type on Motivation and Performance (4 yr)

Tony Wirjanto, School of Accounting & Finance. Asset Return Correlations during Episodes of Systemic Crises in Financial Markets (4 yr)

SSHRC Insight Development Grant, 2015

Philip Curry, Economics. A Structural Estimation of the Effect of Police on Crime.

Jean Guillaume Forand, Economics. Dynamic Political Economy.

Owen Gallupe, Sociology & Legal Studies. Peer influence and theft: An experimental test.

Evan Risko, Psychology. Examining Evidenced-Based Principles for the Design of Recorded Lectures in Postsecondary Education.

SSHRC Connection Grant, 2015

Andrew Cooper, Political Science. The changing practice of frontline diplomacy.

Altay Coskun, Classical Studies. Rome and the Seleukid East.

Marlene Epp, Conrad Grebel University College. Global Mennonite Peacebuilding Conference and Festival.

Reimer Faber, Classical Studies. Celebrity, Fame and Infamy in the Hellenistic World.

Kristina Llewellyn, Social Development Studies (REN). Oral History and Education: Theories, Dilemmas, and Practices.

Cetta Mainwaring, Sociology & Legal Studies. Governing Migration from the Margins.

Ian Milligan, History. Unlock your web archives hackathon.

Christina Vanin, Religious Studies (SJU). Women scholars and Lonergan conference.
 

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

CIHR Operating Grant, 2015

Rachelle Ashcroft, Social Work (Renison). Incentives and disincentives for treating depression and anxiety in Ontario Family Health Teams.
 

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

NSERC Discovery Grant, 2015

Chris Eliasmith, Philosophy. Large-scale neural models of cognitive function.

Myra Fernandes,  Psychology. Factors Affecting Memory Encoding and Retrieval: A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach.

Jennifer Stolz, (RGPIN) Psychology. Aspects of Attention and Adaptive Memory.


Ontario Grants

Early Research Award (ERA), 2015

Ian Milligan, History. A Longitudinal Analysis of the Canadian World Wide Web as a Historical Resource, 1996-2014. 

Evan Risko, Psychology. Thinking with our Bodies and World: Investigations into Cognitive Offloading.

David Williams, English Language & Literature (SJU). The Life of Words: English Poetry and the Oxford English Dictionary.

Small Infrastructure Award, 2015

Roxane Itier, Psychology. Portable Eye Tracking EEG System.

2014 grants

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2012 grants

2011 grants