Dean's Graduate Research Fund
Acknowledging the significant contributions of graduate student research, the Dean's Graduate Research Fund encourages and supports graduate students conducting research that addresses complex, critical issues facing society. Thematic priorities will vary from year-to-year.
For the 2022-23 academic year, the Dean's Graduate Research Fund is providing funding for research expenses to support graduate student research activities related to issues of systemic and structural racism, decolonization, reconciliation, critical race theory, and the impact of policies and social processes on marginalized communities. The fund is open to research from any disciplinary, theoretical and/or methodological perspective exploring these issues.
Applications for the Dean's Graduate Research Fund will be accepted until Friday May 12, 2023. Please complete the Dean's Graduate Research Fund Application and have a faculty member complete Dean's Graduate Research Faculty Endorsement Form by this date. See below for links to both forms.
Examples of potential expenses that a student might expect to incur related to their research are as follows: incentives for participants; materials and supplies; accommodation costs for participants (e.g. travel, interpreters, etc.); costs associated with childcare; and/or to cover costs of registration for, and travel to, scholarly conferences associated with the dissemination of research or other knowledge mobilization activities.
Applications are reviewed and assessed by a selection committee established by the Dean, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.
If you have any questions, please reach out to email@example.com.
|Kaitlyn Hunter||Criminology & Criminal Justice Policy||MA.CCJP||Covering Defund the Police: What is the News Telling Us?|
|C. Emma Kelly||Criminology & Criminal Justice Policy||MA.CCJP||Perceptions of Procedural Justice and Police Legitimacy|
|Danah Elsayad||Family Relations and Human Development||MSc.FRHD||Religiosity and Adjustment in Muslim Minority Adolescents|
|Jessica Lukawiecki||Geography, Environment & Geomatics||PhD.GE&G||Developing Indicators to Evaluate the Outcomes of Biocultural Conservation Initiatives|
|Lara Powell||Geography, Environment & Geomatics||MA.GE&G||Indigenous-Led Carbon Management: An Intersectional Sustainable Livelihoods Approach|
|Joanne Moores||Political Science||PhD.POLS+IDEV||Politics of Indigenous Engagement in the COVID-19 Policy Process|
|Olivia Flegg||Sociology & Anthropology||MA.PIA||Documenting the Strengths and Challenges of Ojibwe Language Revitalization in Neyaashiinigmiing|
|Natalie Stravens||Sociology & Anthropology||MA.PIA+IDEV||Examining Immigrant Communities' Access to Mental Health Care in Ontario|
|Vanessa Rhodes||Sociology & Anthropology||PhD.SOC||Policing Race, Place and Crime in the Canadian Context|
|Jordan Ho||Psychology||PhD.PSYC||Stigmatization of Black Men in Hiring Contexts: A Multiple Categorization Approach|
|Elcin Ray Yol||Psychology||PhD.PSYC||Exploring Imagined Contact from Minority and Majority Groups' Perspectives: A Cross-Cultural Investigation|
|Julie Rochefort||Social Practice & Transformational Change||PhD.SoPR||Legacies of Resilience: Creating good footprints into the future|
|Dilshan Fernando||Sociology & Anthropology||PhD.IDEV||Digitally Enabled Workplace-inclusion Strategies (DEWS) for Young People with Disabilities|
|Rima Hanna||Psychology||PhD.PSYC||Reconstructing Mental Health: An Arts-Based Exploration for/by the South Asian and Southwest Asian Diaspora|
|Jessica Lukawiecki||Geography, Environment & Geomatics||PhD.GE&G||Culturally significant species: implications for environmental policy and management|
|Ethan McCance||Criminology & Criminal Justice Policy||MA.CCJP||Racialized Barriers to Bail|
|Yamin Rahman||Sociology & Anthropology||MA.PIA||Land and Indigeneity at risk: The case of Mru people in Bangladesh|
|Justine Townsend||Geography, Environment & Geomatics||PhD.GE&G||All our relations: Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas and Reconciliation in Turtle Island/Canada|
|Christopher Worden||Sociology & Anthropology||PhD.SOC||Directing diversity in the arts|
Financial support has been provided by Drs. Bryon Sheldrick, Associate Vice-President (Academic), and Gwen Chapman, Provost, Vice-President (Academic).