Congratulations to FSS recipients of tri-council funding in 2021

Posted on Tuesday, August 31, 2021

SSHRC Connection Grants

Projects in English
  • Rita Abrahamsen, Public and International Affairs
    "The African Union at 20: Pan-African Pasts and Futures"
  • Paul Haslam, International Development and Global Studies
    "Stakeholder Consultation Regimes in Comparative Perspective"
  • André Laliberté, Political Studies and Scott Simon, Sociology and Anthropology
    "The Challenge of China: Protecting Human Rights and Democracy in Global Institutions"
Projects in French
  • Luc Bernier, Public and International Affairs, and Geneviève Tellier, Political Studies
    "La notion de "province-building": nouvelles perspectives sur un vieux débat"

SSHRC Insight Grants

Projects in English
  • Stephen Brown, Political Studies
    "Strategic Litigation and the Decriminalization of Homosexuality in Sub-Saharan Africa"
  • Alexandra Gheciu, Public and International Affairs
    "A 'community of values'? NATO in an illiberal, post-pandemic world"
  • Marie-France Lafontaine, Psychology
    "I needed you, but you were not there!: Understanding romantic attachment injuries in young adult couple relationships"
  • André Lecours, Political Studies
    "Explaining Weak Secessionism in Multinational Democracies"
  • Shoshana Magnet, Feminist and Gender Studies
    "Loneliness Technologies: Race, Gender, and Community"
  • Dave Miranda, Psychology
    "Can music help young multiethnic people when they experience multiracial discrimination?"
  • Luc Pelletier, Psychology
    "Prevalence, prediction, and prevention of insufficient effort responding: A motivational approach"
  • Ravi Pendakur, Public and International Affairs
    "Social inclusion, diversity and belonging"
  • Roland Pongou, Economics
    "COVID-19: Invisible Social Networks, Unequal Pandemic, and Socioeconomic Impacts"
Projects in French
  • Luc Bernier, Public and International Affairs
    "À quoi servent les États infranationaux: l'expérience du Québec dans une perspective comparée"
  • Lilian Negura, Social Work
    "La détresse psychologique des travailleuses et travailleurs sociaux du domaine de la santé au Québec et en Ontario : Représentation professionnelle et expérience vécue"

SSHRC Insight Development Grants

Projects in English
  • Tim Aubry, Psychology
    "Building Citizenship in Housing First Programs"
  • Serena Corsini-Munt, Psychology
    "Can selfdetermined motivation help established couples enhance sexual wellbeing?"
  • Denis Cousineau, Psychology
    "Role of visuospatial memory span in acquiring statistics competencies"
  • Myra Mohnen, Economics
    "ARPANET, Connectivity and the Shaping of Innovation"
  • Maïka Sondarjee, International Development and Global Studies
    "White Saviorism in International Development"
  • Karine Vanthuyne, Sociology and Anthropology
    "Indigenizing Post Secondary Curricula with Indigenous Curriculum Specialists"
  • Irene Vitoroulis, Psychology
    "Intergroup peer relationships and peer victimization among immigrant, refugee, ethnocultural and racialized adolescents"
  • Benjamin Zyla, International Development and Global Studies
    "Aid effectiveness"
Projects in French
  • Fanny-Alexandra Guimond, Psychology
    « L’image corporelle et l’engagement scolaire à l’enfance »
  • Mathieu Lizotte, Sociology and anthropology
    « Surendettement, insolvabilité et moralité : étude de cas sur la faillite personnelle au Canada »
  • Nicolas Moreau, Social Work
    « L’autoquantification en course à pied : étude exploratoire de l’expérience vécue »
  • Isabelle Perreault, Criminology and Dahlia Namian, Social Work
    « Ces morts qui ne comptent pas »

SSHRC Partnership Engage Grants

  • Anne Mévellec, Political Studies
    "Les jeunes élu.e.s municipaux québécois : profils, parcours et défis"

SSHRC Partnership Development Grants

  • Geoff McCarney, International Development and Global Studies
    "The mining for circularity partnership"

NSERC Discovery Grants

  • Melanie Sekeres, Psychology
    "Chemogenetic manipulation and transformation of the motor memory network"

CIHR Project Grant

Projects in English
  • Ivy Lynn Bourgeault - Sociology and anthropology
    Inclusive, Integrated and Enhanced Data & Digital Infrastructure Platforms for more Timely and Responsive Health Workforce Planning and Decision-Making
  • Stuart Fogel (lead), Georg Northoff, Rébecca Robillard and Vanessa Taler, Psychology
    "Restoration of the benefit of sleep to memory consolidation in older adults"
  • Cary Kogan - Psychology
    Priority Annoucement: Patient-Oriented Research
    "Comparing the World Health Organization's ICD-11 Clinical Descriptions and Diagnostic Guidelines to the American Psychiatric Association's DSM-5 in clinical settings: Which classification is best for Canadian health care and Canadian health information?"
    "Which mental health classification serves Canada best? A mixed methods, multicenter comparison of the World Health Organization's ICD-11 Clinical Descriptions and Diagnostic Guidelines with the American Psychiatric Association's DSM-5."
  • Giorgio Tasca - Psychology
    Improving Patient Mental Health With Psychotherapist Virtual Training: A Practice-Research Network Study
  • Giorgio Tasca - Psychology
    Priority Announcement: Health Services and Policy Research
    Comparing videoconference-based care to in-person care in Canadian community psychotherapy practice: A PPRNet randomized controlled trial."
Project in French
  • Louise Bouchard, Sociology and anthropology
    "Les populations aînées francophones en situation minoritaire : conditions de vie, états de santé et expériences de soins en contexte linguistique minoritaire"
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