Research Office

Research Grant Awards

External Grant Awards

Open External Grants

Jerry Buckland – Household Finances and Vulnerable Canadians: Using Financial Diaries to Examine and Build Capacity (Five-year SSHRC Insight Grant)

Kirit Patel – Nepal Terrace Farmers and Sustainable Agriculture Kits (International Development Research Centre, Canadian International Food Security Research Fund)

Kirit Patel – Judicial Environmentalism and the Poor: Examining the Impacts of Green Benches of State High Courts and National Green Tribunals in India (SSHRC Insight Development Grant)

Institutional Grant – Three-year grant in support of faculty research (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council)

Jerry Buckland – researcher for a grant from the Law Society of Ontario, managed by Queen’s University and SEED Winnipeg on “Group-Based RESPs and Newcomer Canadians.”

Jonathan Sears – researcher for SSHRC-funded project headed by Université du Québec à Montréal, on “Democratic Citizenship and Faith-based Organizations in West Africa”

Recently Concluded Grants

Stephanie Stobbe – ­­­­Individual Connection Grant (SSHRC) in support of annual conference of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, “Freedom of Movement” (held May 2016)

Andrew Dyck – The Place of Contemplative Practices within the Spirituality of Canadian Mennonite Brethren (Mennonite Brethren Historical Commission, MB Studies Grant)

Harry Huebner – Mennonite–Shi'a Exchange: A Scholarly Dialogue between Christians and Muslims in Iran and North America (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Connection Grant)

Craig Martin – researcher for a provincially funded study the causes of fluid milk prices in northern Manitoba, through the Rural Development Institute at Brandon University

 

CMU Internal Research Grant Awards (2016-17)

From the CMU Internal Grants Fund:

Jobb ArnoldBecoming Villages: Host Peoples, Settlers, and New Comers

– $2,500

Jerry BucklandFinancial Inclusion and Indigenous Peoples – Australia

– $1,500

 Brian FroesePolitical Realignment: Ernest Manning and Pastoral Politics

– $1,500

Chris HuebnerSuffering the Truth

– $1,000

Rachel KrauseResearch Collaborations in Panama: Wildlife and Agriculture-Related Parasitology

– $1,350

Anna SnyderRefugees as Transnational Activists: Women Building Bridges for Social Change

– $2,500

From the SSHRC Institutional Grants Funds:

Scholarly Travel Fund

Brian FroesePolitical Realignment: Ernest Manning and Pastoral Politics

Presented at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences (Canadian Historical Association and the Canadian Society of Church History)

– $1,000

Wendy KroekerSustainable Peacebuilding: Peace Education as Peacebuilding Education in the Philippines and Canada

Presented at Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA) 2016 conference; Nelson, BC

– $1,000

Sue Sorenson, The Place of Lyricism in Recent Canadian Literature,

To be presented at Untold Stories of the Past 150 Years; Dublin, IR

– $1,000, declined

Special Projects Fund

Jerry BucklandFinancial Inclusion and Indigenous Peoples – Australia

– $1,000

Sue Sorenson, The Place of Lyricism in Recent Canadian Literature,

To be presented at Untold Stories of the Past 150 Years; Dublin, IR
– $1,000, declined

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