Our faculty members get grants!
Faculty members in our department recently received news about their applications for research grants from some federal and provincial granting agencies. We were quite successful in this particular cycle! Some successful grants are described below.
Team grant –
Owen Chapman (PI), Sandra Chang-Kredl (Early Childhood and Elementary Education/Child Studies), Annabelle Brault, and Vivek Venkatesh (co-applicants) have received a three-year grant (2020-2023) from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC) for $204,610 as a research-creation team for their project titled “Landscape of Hope: Sampling and Remixing as Ways to Build Resilience to Cyber Pressure.”
Insight development program - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)
Corrigan, J. (PI, Educational Technology) & Slomp, D. (co-investigator). Exploring Complex Writing Skills in the Digital Economy: A Novice Expert Study.
McDonough, K. (PI, TESL/Applied Linguistics) & Sato, M. (co-investigator). Expectancy violations in diverse English contexts: Exploring the role of intergroup contact.
Trofimovich, P. (PI, TESL/Applied Linguistics) & Grantham O’Brien, M. (co-investigator). Exploring and mitigating attitudinal bias towards immigrants in Quebec and Alberta.
Insight program - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)
Carliner, S. (PI, Educational Technology) & Cucinelli, G (co-investigator, Educational Technology). Informal Learning for Current and Longer-Term Employability.
Martin-Chang, S. (PI, Early Childhood and Elementary Education/Child Studies). Promoting leisure reading in Canadian youth: Gaining the perspectives of teachers and children.
Osana, H. (PI, Early Childhood and Elementary Education/Child Studies) & Lafay, A (co-investigator). Objects, Actions, and Imagination: Concrete Supports for Children's Learning of Numeration Concepts.
Carliner, S. Evaluation of the Passport to Jewish Life. Montreal Federation/CJA.
Congratulations to all!