Jerry Buckland – Household Finances and Vulnerable Canadians: Using Financial Diaries to Examine and Build Capacity (Five-year SSHRC Insight Grant, 2017 to 2022.)
Kirit Patel – Nepal Terrace Farmers and Sustainable Agriculture Kits (International Development Research Centre, Canadian International Food Security Research Fund, 2011-2018.)
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 – Principal researcher forthe project 'Are Group-based Registered Education Savings Plans well aligned with the Financial Needs of Vulnerable Canadians?' funded by a grant from the Access to Justice Fund, the Law Foundation of Ontario, with SEED Winnipeg and Dr. Gail Henderson, Queen's University. Extended to August 2018.
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, 2014-2015.)
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
David Balzer, $2,500 from IGF for 2017-18, for (1) the "Oh My God" project, and (2) research toward an article, "Mennonites and Early Radio in Manitoba: Exploring the Timbre of a Public Voice."
John Brubacher, $2,500 from IGF for 2017-18, toward "The Schmidtea mediterranea atlas project."
John Derksen, $1,000 from the DMSEF for 2017-18, toward the book project, A Global History of Nonviolence and Peacemaking.
Paul Doerksen, $1,000 from the DMSEF for 2017-18, toward the book project, Moral Patience as Christian Ethics and Politics.
Paul Dyck, $1,500 from IGF for 2017-18, toward the "Early Modern Visual and Literary Culture" project; and $1,000 from SSHRCIG for the Katarina Thiessen project.
Chris Huebner, $1,000 from IGF for 2017-18, toward the publication of a book, Suffering the Truth.
Rachel Krause, $1,616 from IGF for 2017-18, toward the project, "Parasites of the Local Threatened Carmine Shiner" in collaboration with the Freshwater Institute of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada.
Wendy Kroeker, $504 from IGF and $1,000 from SSHRCIG for 2017-18, for presentation of "Strategies for indigenizing education: Canada's TRC and human rights" at the Peace and Justice Studies Association annual conference at University of Alabama (Birmingham), in October, 2017.
Jobb Arnold, $2,500 from IGF for 2016-17, toward Becoming Villages: Host Peoples, Settlers, and New Comers.
Jerry Buckland, $2,500 from IGF for 2016-17, toward Financial Inclusion and Indigenous Peoples – Australia.
Brian Froese, $1,500 from IGF for 2016-17, toward Political Realignment: Ernest Manning and Pastoral Politics
Rachel Krause, $1,350 from IGF for 2016-17, toward Research Collaborations in Panama: Wildlife and Agriculture-Related Parasitology.
Anna Snyder, $2,500 from IGF for 2016-17, toward Refugees as Transnational Activists: Women Building Bridges for Social Change.
Brian Froese, $1,000 from SSHRCIG for 2016-17 toward "Political Realignment: Ernest Manning and Pastoral Politics," a paper presented at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences (Canadian Historical Association and the Canadian Society of Church History)
Wendy Kroeker, $1,000 from SSHRCIG for 2016-17, toward presentation of a paper, "Sustainable Peacebuilding: Peace Education as Peacebuilding Education in the Philippines and Canada," at the Peace and Justice Studies Association conference; Nelson, BC
Sue Sorenson, $1,000 from SSHRCIG for 2016-17 (but declined), toward the presentation of "The Place of Lyricism in Recent Canadian Literature," at Untold Stories of the Past 150 Years; Dublin, IR
Special Projects Fund
Jerry Buckland, Financial Inclusion and Indigenous Peoples – Australia
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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