UWinnipeg receives SSHRC grants for research
The University of Winnipeg received research funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) that totals close to $450,000 in numerous grants that will enable four talented researchers from across disciplines in a variety of projects.
“These SSHRC Partnership Program grants help promote and foster excellence and create valuable partnerships in social sciences and humanities research in Canada,” said Dr. Jino Distasio, Vice-President Research and Innovation. “We are proud of the excellent University of Winnipeg researchers who continue to contribute to student training and the research landscape in Canada.”
Partnership Development Grants, totalling almost $400,000, were given to Dr. Julie Nagam, The space between us: Collaborations within Indigenous, Circumpolar and Pacific places through digital media; and Dr. Jaime Cidro, Building a Foundation for an Urban Doula Project.
Partnership Engage Grants, totalling $50,000, were given to Dr. Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk, Accessing the Toy Box: Empowering parents with strategies to support children’s development in literacy, numeracy and wellness; and Dr. Aynslie Hinds, Barriers and enhancers of info-structure, evaluation and evidence use at New Direction’s Supported Independent Living (SIL) Program.
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) is the federal research funding agency that promotes and supports post-secondary-based research and research training in the humanities and social sciences.
The University of Winnipeg gratefully acknowledges the funding we receive from the Government of Canada Research Support Fund in aid of our research infrastructure. Every year, the federal government invests in research excellence in the areas of health sciences, engineering, natural sciences, social sciences and humanities through its three granting agencies. The Research Support Fund reinforces this research investment by helping institutions ensure that their federally funded research projects are conducted in world-class facilities with the best equipment and administrative support available.
Naniece Ibrahim, Communications Officer, The University of Winnipeg