Congratulations to professors from the Faculty of Social Sciences who have been awarded an Insight Development Grant!
The Faculty of Social Sciences submitted 16 applications to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council's (SSHRC) Insight Development program. SSHRC has funded six of these projects for a total of $326,154, which represents a success rate of 37.5%.
This year, the University of Ottawa has received funding for 22 of the 52 projects submitted, representing a success rate of 42.3% for a total of $1,181,413.
Here is the list of recipients:
Isabelle Boutet and Charles Collin, Psychology
"Do emojis work? Assessing whether emojis can be used to effectively communicate social and emotional information"
Jonathan Créchet, Economics
"Human capital spillovers across occupations"
Lauchlan Munro, International Development and Global Studies
"Science, Technologie and Innovation in the New National Planning"
Lilian Negura, Social Work
"Social representations of immigrants from multi voice and multi agent institutional policies driven discourses and their echoes in the media: a comparative analysis between Canada and Italy"
Allison Ouimet, Psychology
"Towards a culturally informed understanding of emotion regulation: Knowledge synthesis and international expert consensus"
Christopher Zuercher, Public and International Affairs
"From "Women" to "Peace" Understanding Causal Relations in the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda"