Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council  

SSHRC Partnership Grant, 2019

Steven Bednarski, History (SJU). Environments of Change: Digitizing Nature, History, and Human Experience in Late Medieval Sussex ($2.5 million).

SSHRC Partnership Development Grant, 2019

Roy Brouwer, Economics. Payments for wetland ecosystem services as a nature-based solution to sustainably manage urban watersheds.

SSHRC Partnership Engage Grant, 2019

Nicole Nolette, French Studies. Le numérique dans les théâtres francophones du Canada.

SSHRC Insight Grant, 2019

Janice Aurini. Sociology & Legal Studies. National stratification systems, parenting logics, and social reproduction: The case of higher education in the United States, Canada, and Cuba.

Andrew Bauer, School of Accounting and Finance. Corporate tax incentives and their link to managerial compensation and risk-taking.

Gerry Boychuk, Political Science. Populism, suffrage, prohibition: Causes and consequences of the female vote in the Northern Plains states and Canadian Prairie provinces, 1910-1920.

Jay Dolmage, English Language & Literature. Academic Eugenics.

Doreen Fraser, Philosophy. How mid-level frameworks are used to develop new theories in physics. 

Igor Grossmann, Psychology. Wisdom of knowing the difference: Unpacking knowledge of strategy-situation fit and its relationship to context-sensitive meta-cognition. 

Svetlana Kaminskaia, French Studies. Regional and stylistic (in)variance in Canadian French prosody.

Alice Kuzniar, Germanic & Slavic Studies. Homeopathy and the poetic modernity of Annette von Droste-Hülshoff.

Denise Marigold, Social Development Studies (Renison). Responsive social support for vulnerable individuals.

Aimee Morrison, English Language & Literature. Rhetoric of the selfie.

Theo Stratopoulos, School of Accounting & Finance. Using company disclosures to predict technology diffusion.

Andrew Thompson, Political Science. The defenders: A short history of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

Adam Vitalis, School of Accounting & Finance.  An investigation into the impact of changing the Auditor’s Report on financial statement users.

SSHRC Insight Development Grant, 2019

Dillon Browne,Psychology. Emotional well-being in newcomer Canadian families: Applying a whole family approach to assessment and monitoring.

Shannon Dea, Philosophy. Academic freedom in a non-ideal world.

Ana Ferrer, Economics. Conspicuous consumption, savings, and income inequality.

Margaret Gibson, Social Development Studies (Renison). Neurodiversity matters: An ethnographic investigation of discourse, practice, and identity.

Rachael Johnstone, Political Science. “Mother, you have the floor:” Pregnancy, policy, and politics.

Christina Parker, Political Science (Renison). Restorative justice and peacebuilding dialogue in schools.

Winny Shen, Psychology. Leveraging data science and observed internet data to understand the role of gender in work family interface.

Andrew Stumpf, Philosophy (SJU). Physicians' Moral Experience and Moral Distinctions in Philosophical Bioethics.

Henry Svec, Communication Arts. Entangling the media history archive: String figures as imaginary media. 

SSHRC Connection Grant, 2019

Janice Aurini, Sociology & Legal Studies. Ed-Tech Connect: An Intersectoral Workshop on Education, Technology, and 21st Century Labour.

Bessma Momani, Political Science. Gender in the Academy.

Andrea Quinlan, Sociology & Legal Studies. Inaccessible care: An international forum on sexual assault services in rural Canada and Scotland

Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Communication Arts. Design for Peace (Tumaco) Workshop and Exhibition.

Sarah Wilkins-LaFlamme, Sociology & Legal Studies. Non-Religion and Secularity in Canada: A Two-Day Workshop Event.

SSHRC Aid to Scholarly Journals Grant, 2019

Jay Dolmage, English Language & Literature. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies.
 

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

NSERC Discovery Grant, 2019

Evan Risko, Psychology. Basic Mechanisms in the Control of Cognition.

Daniel Smilek, Psychology. Understanding the Basic Mechanisms of Attentional Engagement and Disengagement.

NSERC Discovery Grant Supplement, 2019

Daniel Smilek, Psychology. Understanding the Basic Mechanisms of Attentional Engagement and Disengagement.
 

Canada Research Chair

Dillon Browne, Psychology. Canada Research Chair in Child and Clinical Psychology (SSHRC, Tier 2)


Ontario Grants

Ontario Early Researcher Award (ERA), 2019

Alison Kelly, Psychology. Facilitating treatment seeking among postsecondary students with mental health problems.

Jessica Thompson, Fine Arts. Borderline – A mobile artwork to “play” urban data.