SSHRC-SIG Award results, 2019 callPosted on: May 21, 2019
The results from the 2019 SSHRC-SIG call are ready. The Research and Faculty Development Committee has finished adjudicating applications for the Exchange and Explore programs.
The 2019 call was very competitive. We received a variety of strong applications to both programs. Adjudication was based on merit of the application and the applicant.
The Office of Research Services congratulates the recipients of awards on their success, and encourages all the CUE Faculty to participate in the next call, in 2020. We would also like to thank SSHRC for supporting CUE in the quest to generate relevant research in the Social Sciences.
SSHRC-SIG Explore and Exchange Grants are sponsored by SSHRC through an institutional grant. CUE receives additional funding from the Tri-Agency via the Research Support Fund (RSF). For further information on the RSF, please visit our website.
|Name||Faculty||Name of activity
|Katherine Collins||Arts (Psychology)||Conference presentation “The perception of linguistic bias in news media: Can you tell if your news is biased?”||$1,318|
|Travis Dumsday||Arts (Philosophy and Religious Studies)||Workshop “New Directions in Theology & Philosophy of Science”||$1,500|
|Elizabeth Smythe||Arts (Social Sciences)||Conference presentation “Investor Protection, Canada and the USMCA: Walking away from Chapter 11 of NAFTA”||$667|
|Colin Neufeldt||Graduate Studies||“Despised and Forgotten: The Experience of Mennonites in Deutsche Wymychle, Poland (1945-1950)”||$4,000|
|Muna Saleh||Education||“A Narrative Inquiry into the Curriculum-Making Experiences of Muslim Refugee Mothers of Children with Disabilities”||$4,000|
|Elizabeth Smythe||Arts (Social Sciences)||“Front of Package Food Labelling and International Trade: Is there policy space for public health?”||$3,515|