Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2020 Reduction in Teaching for Research Purposes awardsPosted on: Jan 7, 2021
We are glad to announce the recipients of the November 2020 Competition for Reduction in Teaching for Research Purposes awards. These results will be available on our website soon.
Reduction in Teaching Awards for Research Purposes are adjudicated and administered in accordance with sections 8.8 and 8.9 of the Collective Agreement.
Congratulations to the following faculty for their success!
Dr. Tolly Bradford, Associate Professor, Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts
Title: 1. A Cultural History of Hudson’s Bay House; 2. The Letter Writing of Andrew Wedderburn Colvile
Dr. Cecilia Bukutu, Associate Professor, Public Health, Faculty of Science
Title: 1. Speak Science Simply Program SSSP. 2. Fidelity of virtual reality (simulation) for public health inspector training 3. Literature Review: Complementary & Alternative Treatments for Renal Diseases in Children
Dr. Matthew Churchward, Assistant Professor, Biological and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science
Title: A Scalable Hybrid Model for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Dr. Teresa Fowler, Assistant Professor, Education, Faculty of Education
Title: Fostering a ‘good human’ identity through the arts; Men riding for sustainability and wellness; An inquiry into elite level hockey players experiences of masculinity.
Dr. Makan Golizeh, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, Faculty of Science
Title: Integrating metabolomics and metallomics for systematic study of glycoxidative stress
Dr. Svenja Huntemann, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, Faculty of Science
Title: Placement Games
Dr. Emmanuel Mapfumo, Associate Professor, Biological and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science
Title: 1. Biosolids effects on low pH vs high pH soils; 2.Pasture productivity and soil health under grazing vs haying and perennial oldgrass vs newly introduced annuals
Dr. Zdravko Marjanovic, Associate Professor, Psychology, Faculty of Arts
Title: Why Help Natural-Disaster Victims? How Resources and Situational Pressures Bias Judgments of Responsibility and Reduce the Need to Help
Dr. Holli-Anne Passmore, Assistant Professor, Psychology, Faculty of Arts
Title: Growing hope: Examining multiple sensory pathways of exposure to nature as a means to enhancing hope and reducing eco-anxiety in university students
Dr. Baidya Saha, Assistant Professor, Mathematics & Physical Sciences , Faculty of Science
Title: Confronting several challenges of machine learning systems
Dr. Ha Tran, Assistant Professor, Mathematics & Physical Sciences, Faculty of Science
Title: Efficient algorithms for ideal lattices, with applications