Article 25.55 Funded Research @ Acadia

 

February 2017  Article 25.55 Funding  
  T. Avery, Biology $5000
  Accessing and Cataloging Local Ecological Knowledge of Historical and Current Small-Scale Commercial Fisheries in the Maritimes  
     
  S. Barkanova, Physics $4704
  Search for New Physics at Precision Frontier   
     
  L. Carlsson, Nutrition & Dietetics $5000
  Nutrition Professionals Contributing to Sustainable Food Systems  
     
  L. Dalton, Art Gallery $2807
  The Iconography of a Tree: Industry and Community at Expo ’67  
     
  R. Evans and G. Gibson, Biology $2439
  Bisphenol-A-Induced Epigenetic Changes in Linaria vulgaris (Toadflax) Plants  
     
  M. Hopkins, Music $4750
  Final design and production/publication of a professional recording of Maritime classical new music  
     
  B. Kayahan, Economics $5000
  Environmental Justic and Inter-Neigborhood Migration in Ontario  
     
  J.C. Lopez, Biology $5000
  Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi: Allies in Saltmarsh Restoration  
     
  M. McSweeney, Nutrition & Dietetics $5000
  Using 3D Printing to Create Novel Food Products from Ugly Fruits and Vegetables  
     
  C. Morley, Nutrition & Dietetics $5000
  Field testing of the Nutrition Inventory Instrument for Community-dwelling Elders (NIICE)   
     
  C. Mutlu, Politics $3740
  Turkish Border Security and Migration Management Policies in a changing region: Turkey between the EU and the Middle East  
     
  N. Nolette, Languages & Literatures $3281
  Translation studies, World Literature, and Multilingual Franco-Canadian Theatre  
     
  N. O'Driscoll, Earth & Environmental Science $5000
  Examining the relationships between sediment, water, and larval invertebrate tissue concentrations  
     
  J. Peng. Mathematics & Statistics $5000
  Simultaneously Identifying the Minimum Effecitve Dose in Each of Several Groups  
     
  A. Quema, English & Theatre  
  Elation: Erin Moure's Poetry  
     
  D. Sears, Business $4442
  How much? Or what kind? Applying the Differentiated Pleasure Concept to Sensory Analysis of Wine  
     
  D. Shutler, Biology $5000
  Tradeoffs in parental investment for tree swallows  
     
  C. Trudel, Computer Science $5000
  Retention Strategies for Women in Computer Science at Acadia University  
     
  K. Vincent, English & Theatre $2145
  Colloquium on an Annotated Bio-Bibliography of the Literature of Swaziland project  
     
  X. Wang, Economics $2530
  Presentation at The 15th Annual INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION CONFERENCE  
     
  A. Wilks, Philosophy $2126
  Conference paper presentation on “personhood and robotic beings”  
     
  B. Wilson, Biology $5000
  Relaxins and inflammation in cultured neural tissue under ischemic conditions  
     
  Y. Zhang, Mathematics & Statistics $5000
  Test for Change Point in Drug Utilization Time Series Data  
     
October 2016  Article 25.55 Funding  
  W. Campbell, English and Theatre $2440
  "Comic Subversion in Short Stories by L.M. Montgomery and Margaret Atwood" and "The (Bio)Medical Body in the Poetry of Anne Simpson"  
     
  A. Champod, Psychology $4935
  Measurement of attention orienting processes using a more naturalistic spatial cueing protocol  
     
  D. Charke, Music $3575
  In Sonorous Falling Tone, a CD of original music by Derek Charke  
     
  N. Clarke, Math and Statistics $5000
  A Cops and Robber Model with Decoys  
     
  E. Curry, Math and Statistics $4987
  Integer Jordan Form  
     
  J. Diamond, Computer Science $5000
  Obtaining Real-Time Performance in Smartphone Apps to allow Real-Time Collaboration between Digital music Instruments over Distance using Smartphones  
     
  R. Easy, Biology $5000
  Biomarkers of Stress in Striped Bass: Strategies for Exploring Impact of Environmental stressors on Native Fish Species  
     
  J. Guiney Yallop, Education $5000
  Research Assistant for A Poetic Inquiry in Arts-based, Narrative and Performative Research in Canada  
     
  W. Guo, Business  $3663
  Do Cultures Matter? The Influence of Abstract vs Concrete thinking on Creativity  
     
  J. Hayes, Psychology $4993
  Exploring Fatalistic Withdrawal as a Predictor of Suicide Extremism  
     
  K. Hillier, Biology $5000
  I DREAM of Olfactory Genes  
     
  S. MacLean, Business $5000
  The Creation of a DB of Global Pension Fund Investments  
     
  T. Mudry, Education $3115
  Highlighting Acadia Research and Collaborating for Future National and International Research Partnerships  
     
  M. Robertson, Physics $3840
  Photo-Excitation and Cathodoluminescence Spectroscopy of Geological Specimens  
     
  S. Rudrum, Sociology $3308
  Promotion of voluntary medical male circumcision in sub-Saharan Africa: How is circumcision positioned in relation to behavioural interventions and gender relations?  
     
  J. Saklofske, English and Theatre $4682
  Prototyping Feminist War Games  
     
  R. Sandapen, Physics $4821
  Predictions for the angular observables in (B->K*+muon pair) decay at the LHC  
     
  A. Saroli, Languages and Literatures $3400
  Indigenous language education: Measuring the success of an Intercultural Bilingual Education program in Quehua-speaking communities in Peru  
     
  I. Viriasova, Politics $680
  The Transformative Power of Affect: Hannah Arendt and Buddhism on Compassion  
     
February 2016  Article 25.55 Funding  
  G. Gibson, Biology $5000
  Is Regeneration influenced by changes in DNA Methylation?  
     
  A. Quema, English & Theatre $506
  Law and Culture Symposium: Sensing Law  
     
  T. Avery, Biology $5000
  Skates in the Bay: Uncovering Habitat links and Species Morphology in Winter and Little Skates  
     
  J. Brittain, Sociology $3228
  Evaluating (Ephermeral) Escape through immediate and Digitized Forms (the sociology of 'group rides' and cycling)  
     
  A. Biro, Politics $3293
  The (dis)taste for bottled water  
     
  M. Lukeman, Chemistry $5000
  Excited State Proton Transfer Reactions in Terphenylphenols  
     
  S. Bondrup-Nielsen, Biology $1500
  Population Structure of Black Bears in NS  
     
  J. Lopez, Biology $5000
  Production of Arbuscular Micorrhizal inoculum: An ally in
ecosystem restoration
 
     
  S. Landry, Kinesiology $5000
  Age and sex effects on joint biomechanics and neuromuscular control patterns  
     
  S. Potter, Psychology $2500
  Effects of Probiotics  
     
  A. Watson, Sociology $1814
  The Secual Politics of Breastfeeding: Queer and Trans Bodies and
La Leche League
 
     
  A. Walker,  Biology $5000
  Isolations and Identification sof soil fungi to combat Fusarium basal
rot of onion in NS
 
     
  J. Fowles, Kinesiology $4780
  Exercise is Medicine Nova Scotia Initiative  
     
  S. Barkanova,  Physics $5000
  Search for New Physics at Precision Frontier  
     
  K. Whetter, English & Theatre $3765
  Manscript and Meaning in Malory's Morte Darthur  
     
  S. Bradley, Psychology $4186
  Exploring the therapeutic factors that contribute to positive outcomes in dynamic psychotherapy treatment for somatic symptoms  
     
  S. McFarland, Chemistry $5000
  A Photochemical and Photophysical Investigation of Metal Complex photosensitizers for Photodynamic Therapy  
     
  C. Bennett, Physics $5000
  The Transmission Electron Microscopy of Low-Dimensional Materials  
     
  A. Redden, Biology $5000
     
     
  C. Baurin, Languages & Literatures $1928
  The Poetic World through the Arts  
     
  R. Cunningham, English & Theatre $2500
  Paradiselost.ca  
     
October 2015   Article 25.55 Funding  
  Z. Abramson and R. Brickner, Sociology and Politics $5000
  Research and Collegial Governance: A dialogue about Tensions in Achieving Equity in the Neoliberal University  
     
  D. Brodeur, Psychology $4885
  The development of self-control in the digital media era  
     
  N. Clarke, Math & Statistics $5000
  Skolem Labellings of graphs  
     
  B. Delpeche, Languages & Literatures $3375
  Indo and Afro Cariibbean languages: bilingualism and creolization  
     
  R. Easy, Biology $5000
  Biomarkers of Stress in Striped Bass: Strategies for exploring impact of environmental stressors on native fish species  
     
  W. Guo, Business $4803
  Anchoring Magic: the switch between a positive and a negative contagion  
     
  M. Hopkins, Music $4530
  Exploration of Soundpainting: Blendingcomposition improvisation and conducting  
     
  R. Lehr, Education $5000
  Self-Supervisioin of Pre-Service Counsellors: Profiling the intentional counsellor  
     
  S. Liinamaa, Sociology $3326
  Creative Research and Cultural Work: A case study of art and design research culture and practice  
     
  C. Morley, Nutrition & Dietetics $5000
  Toward developing web-based resources to reduce malnutrition risk for community dwelling seniors  
     
  P. Rigg, English & Theatre $5000
  Aestheticism and the Culture of Individualism in Late Victorian Poetry: Agnes Mary Frances Robinson (Darmesteter Duclaux) and her circle  
     
  M. Rogers, Education $4987
  Participatory film and video pedgogies in Atlantic Canadian Social Studies  and Literacy Classrooms  
     
  R. Sandapen, Physics $4516
  Predictions for a rare decay fo the B meson at the LHC  
     
  J. Slights, English & Theatre $5000
  Feminist Shakespeare: A Future without History  
     
  M. Tango, Engineering $4993
  Development of Low-Head In-Stream Tidal Turbine  
     
  C. Vibert, Business $2965
  User Testing of Multimedia Case Platform & Case Transcription  
     
  J. Wentzell, Kinesiology $4717
  What are the factors that support caregivers in mitigating the symptoms of burnout?  
     
  B. Wilson, Biology $5000
  Relaxin family receptors and neuroprotection  
     
February 2015   Article 25.55 Funding    
  K. Ashley, Languages & LIteratures 3687
  R.L. Stevenson and  19th Century French Literature  
     
  T. Avery, Biology 5000
  Invertebrates in the Basin: Lady Crab and Squid Population Structure and Timing in Minas Basin  
     
  J. Colton and S. MacDougall, Rec Managment and Business 4206
  Exploring the Development of the Social License for Tidal Energy Development in NS  
     
  L. Dalton, Art Gallery 2360
  Making the Ephemeral Tangible: Canadian Tourist Tropes at Expo 2005  
     
  M. Devine, English & Theatre 2452
  Intercultural Performance Vocabularies  
     
  J. Fowles, Kinesiology 3952
  Vibration training to improve muscular performance and health  
     
  D. Holmberg and C. Shields, Psychology and Kinesiology 4959
  Adult Attachment and Dyadic Coping in Cardiac Event Recovery  
     
  D. Landgraf, Languages & Literatures 2600
  Stay at the Universite de Franche-Compte in Besancon (France) as a visiting professor  
     
  M. McSweeney, Nutrition & Dietetics 5000
  Female consumers' perception of craft beer  
     
  F. Mendivil, Math & Statistics 2500
  A computational investigation of local random search strategies for combinatorial optimization problems  
     
  A. Migliarisi, English & Theatre 2420
  Terminus: things which happen only to the living  
     
  J. Murimboh, Chemistry 5000
  Impacts of Alkaline Treated Biosolids on Agricultural soils: TraceMetal Seasonal Dynamics and Accumulation  
     
  N. O'Driscoll, Earth & Environmental Science 2500
  Predicting mercury accumulation in freshwater lakes of Kegimkujik National Park  
     
  A. Quema, English & Theatre 3450
  Brossard, Moure, and Zolf: Networking and Experimental Poetry  
     
  A. Schwenke Wyile, English & Theatre 5000
  Atlantic Canadian Book Talk: 9th Raddall Symposium material for Seastacks  
     
  E. Shakshuki, Computer Science 5000
  Multi-Agent System Applications in Health Care  
     
  D. Shutler, Biology 5000
  Adaptive nest site choice by tree swallows  
     
  T. Smith, Biology 5000
  Effect of nutrient availability and temperature on fecundity and immunity to the parasite Hepatozoon sipedon in the mosquito, Culex pipiens  
     
  I. Spooner, Earth & Environmental Science 3938
  An assessment of the impact of past logging practices on water quality and chemistry on the Avon River, NS  
     
  D. Symons, Psychology 3916
  Emotional availability during parent-child play interactions: corroborating positive gains made in parent-child interactions in a high risk sample  
     
  A. Tong, Chemistry 5000
  Emotional availability during parent-child play interactions: corroborating positive gains made in parent-child interactions in a high risk sample  
     
  A. Walker, Biology 5000
  DNA Barcoding of Acadia's EC Smith herbarium fungal collections  
     
  K. Whetter, English & Theatre 4841
  Rubrication in the Winchester Manuscript: Malory's Text and material Contexts  
     
  V. Zamlynny, Chemistry 5000
  Investigation of interaction o fodorant molecules with biosensing proteins using Polarization Modulation Infrared Reflection Absorption Spectroscopy  
     
  Y. Zhang, Math & Statistics 5000
  A Robust Non parametric Test for Testing Trend in Environmental time Series Data  
     
October 2014   Article 25.55 Funding    
  C. Baurin, Languages & Literatures 4080
  The Poetics and the Stylistic features that characterize the work of French Poet Arthur Rimbaud (1854-1891)  
     
  G. Bissix and B. Vanblarcom, Community Development, Economics 4903
  Competing Visions for Shared Use Trails: Towards and Integrated Health, Environmental, Economic and Social Cost-Benefit Metric  
     
  C. Bonner, Sociology 3373
  Narratives from the Great War: Canada's 2nd Construction Battalion, 1916-1920  
     
  A. Champod, Psychology 4936
  Developing a more naturalistic approach to the measurement of attention  
     
  D. Charke, Music
4800
  Purchase a MacPro desktop computer to assist with creative work as a composer  
     
  K. Hillier, Biology
4968
  Insect Collection - Museum Update  
     
  M. Hopkins, Music
4997
  Production costs and release of the first "Shattering the Silence" live CD  
     
  E. Jackson, Politics 1976
  Re-Thinking "Resilience" in Violence Against Women Debates  
     
  B. Kayahan, Economics 5000
  Environmental Quality and Population Demographics: Evidence from Ontario  
     
  C. King, Kinesiology 5000
  "Un-TPACK-ing" Athletic Therapy Education in Canada  
     
  S. Mekary, Kinesiology
2234
  A Better Comprehensive Model of Exercise Prescription in Older Adults  
     
  C. Morley, Nutrition and Dietetics
5000
  Family Experiences of feeding elderly relatives, and possibilities for knowledge mobilization approaches to address their support needs and preferences  
     
  J. Peng, Mathematics and Statistics
3940
  Conference Travel to China to present paper at the TIES 2014 Annual Conference  
     
  W. Robicheau, Vaughan Memorial Library 4997
  Data collection for Acadia Responds to the First World War  
     
  L. Veinotte, Biology 5000
  Using zebrafish model to examine the role of innate lymphoid cells in the fight against cancer  
     
  B. Wilson, Biology 5000
  Do relaxins protect energy metabolism in neural cells under ischemic stress?  
     
  H. Zhang, Computer Science 3247
  Searching for Economic Effects of User Specified Event based on Temporal Event Search  
     
February 2014   Article 25.55 Funding    
  M. Adam 5000
  Creation and Recording Project with Marcus Paquin  
     
  L. Aylward, D. Day, K. Dye 4421
  Resilient Rural Girls: A strengths-based exploration of NS Community-based programs and supports  
     
  D. Brodeur and J. Nicol 4909
  Examining the Crossmodal effects of exposure to emotion stimuli on visual and auditory perception  
     
  L. Carlsson 4920
  Building Community Food Security in NS:  Exploring a New Model for School Gardening  
     
  A. Cohen 5000
  Northern Spaces: Exploring a Political Ecology of  Resource Governance in Southern NWT  
     
  R. Evans 4000
  Comparative Analysis of Reproductive Effort by Chasmogamous and Cleistogamous Flowers and Fruits of Helianthemum canadense (Rockrose)  
     
  J. Fowles 4000
  Vibration training to improve muscular performance and health  
     
  M. McSweeney 4600
  Creating new gluten free functional foods from the ancient grain, millet  
     
  A. Quema 4020
  Experimental Poetry and Multimedia  
     
  C. Rushton 4250
  Commisioning a new solo work from Canadian composer Jeff Enns  
     
  J. Saklofske 4032
  NewRadial: Enabling scholarship within large humanities data sets  
     
  J. Sedgewick 5000
  Conference travel to Bloemfontein, South Africa to present paper  
     
  D. Shutler 4000
  Declines in Leach's Storm-Petrels  
     
  T. Smith 4000
  Lethal effects of high intensity of Hepatozoon species on mospuitoes of genus Culex  
     
  C. Stanley 4000
  Proper description and use of certified reference materials in applied geochemistry  
     
  M. Sweatman 1064
  Canadian Congress on Leisure Research 2014, Dalhousie  
     
  A. Wilks 2851
  Kant's Rescure of our Knowledge of Nature from the Problem of Unknowable Essences  
     
  R. Worvill 2519
  George Sand et al Providence 2  
     
  H. Wylie 1500
  Globalization and Mobility in Contemporary Atlantic-Canadian Fiction  
     
     
October 2013   Article 25.55 Funding    
  Z.Abramson, Department of Sociology 5000
  Settlement experiences of Holocaust survivors  
     
  S. Aston, Education and P. McLeod, Psychology 5000
  Psychosocial Contributors to Successful Opioid Replacement Therapy Discontinuation  
     
  T. Avery, Department of Biology 5000
  Defining Species and Movement Patterns through Genetic Analysis: Residency of Striped Bass, Winter Skate, and Little Skate in Minas Basin  
     
  E. Callaghan, School of Business 5000
  Equitable Food & Agriculture within Planetary Boundaries  
     
  D. Charke, School of Music 4230
  The Production of a New Music Kitchen Party CD  
     
  N. Clarke, Department of Mathematics and Statistics 5000
  Relaxed Sub-Ramsey Numbers  
     
  J. Diamond, Department of Computer Science 5000
  "MUSICPATH MOBILE 2": Enabling Real-Time Collaboration between Digital Music Instruments through Smartphones  
     
  B. Ellis, Department of Chemistry
5000
  Chemical Hydrogen Storage using Heteronuclear Multiple Bonds  
     
  L. Frank, Department of Sociology 4082
  Finding Formula: Exploring emergency infant formula distribution to low-income families in Canada  
     
  J. Hennessey, School of Music 4300
  Research Trip to Western Java and Bali  
     
  M. Lukeman, Department of Chemistry 5000
  Synthesis of 2-Naphthol Photocages for Diols and Sugars  
     
  J. MacDonald, Department of History 5000
  Power and the System of Travel in Anglo-Saxon England  
     
  G. MacKinnon, School of Education 5000
  Jamaican Sign Language Teachers Tool: Leveraging Technology to Develop a Culturally-Sensitive Resource for the Deaf  
     
  S. McFarland, Department of Chemistry 5000
  Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of New Photosensitizers for Melanoma Photodynamic Therapy  
     
  A. Migliarisi, Department of English and Theatre 3360
  Directing in the Performing Arts  
     
  C. Morley, School of Nutrition and Dietetics 5000
  Developing a community of mentors to support Nutrition students learning about the experience of eating with a chronic condition or disability  
     
  T. Peace, Department of History 1945
  Conference Presentation:  American Historical Association  
     
  R. Pitter, Schoo of Recreation Management and Kinesiology 2742
  Physical Activity and Society  
     
  J. Richard, Vaughan Memorial Library 4495
  A Study of Electronic Resources Management at Council of Atlantic University Libraries  
     
  M. Tango, School of Engineering 4997
  Improving Biogas Quality form Winery Residues: Siloxanes and Hydrogen Sulphide Removal Strategies  
     
  S. Thon, Department of Languages and Literatures 4020
  Las Novelas Cortas de Federica Montseny  
     
  B. Wilson, Department of Chemistry 5000
  Do Relaxin Peptides Modulate Free Radical Generation in Brain Tissue Under Ischemic Conditions?  
     
February  2013   Article 25.55 Funding    
  S. Ahern, Department of English & Theatre 3500
  Calculating Interest: Slave Testimony, Abolitionism, and the Sentimental Economy of Affect in the European Enlightenment  
     
  C. Baurin, Department of Languages & Literature 3500
  Arthur Rimbaud (1854-1891): Poetics and Stylistic Features  
     
  C. Both, School of Music  3500
  "MUSICPATH MOBILE":  Enabling Real-Time Collaboration between Digital Music Instruments through Smartphones  
     
  R. Brickner, Department of Politics 3500
  Public Sector Politics in the Climate of Economic Austerity:  The Chicago Teachers' Union Strike of 2012  
     
  D. Brodeur, Department of Psychology 3500
  The link between attachment and attention:  A developmental perspective  
     
  R. Cunningham, Department of English & Theatre 2475
  Beyond Accessibility: Textual Studies in the 21st Century  
     
  M. Dadswell, Department of Biology 3500
  Proof of the Existence of  Discrete Stock of Striped Bass in the Mira River NS  
     
  L. Dalton, Department of History & Classics 2483
  Conference Presentation: Mechanized Humans: robots at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan" and research on Japanese woodblock printmaking  
     
  P. Doerr, Department of History & Classics 3500
  Laurence Collier, 1939-1940; Foreign Office Dissident?  
     
  G. Gibson, Department of Biology 2840
  Epigenetic effects of environment on developmental plasticity in polychaete worm  
     
  J Guiney Yallop, School of Education 2755
  Direct Costs of Research and Dissemination Costs of Research (Site Visits and Conference Presentations)  
     
  M. Hopkins, School of Music 2938
  Presentation:  Northern Winds: The Canadian Wind Band Project  
     
  A. Jha 3500
  Green Synthesis of Azasteroids  
     
  D. Landgraf, Department of Languages & Literature 2355
  Presentation at the International Conference in Honor to Mario Vargas Llosa, Lima, December 2013  
     
  S. Landry, School of Recreation Management & Kinesiology 3500
  A neuromuscular comparison between pre and Post-pubescent male and female soccer players while performing unanticipated athletic maneuvers on artificial field-turf: Relevance to non-contact ACL injuries  
     
  F. Mendivil, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 3480
  Fractal Models for Multivariate Probability Distributions  
     
  B. Moore, Department of Sociology 3500
  Examining the Progress of Family and Sexuality Policy in the Cuban Family Code; and Comparing the Status of Cuban and Canadian Women Workers  
     
  S. Potter, Department of Psychology 3500]
  Effects of Food-sourced Probiotics on the Gut-Brain Axis in Humans  
     
  R. Proulx, Department of Languages & Literatures 2334
  Conference presentation at the 22nd Annual International APFUE Conference in Jaen, Spain, April 2013  
     
  P. Ranjan, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 3500 
  Space-filling Latin Hypercube Designs based on Stars in PG(p-1,2)  
     
  B. Robinson, School of Education 3470
  Clinical Supervision as an Emerging Practice Specialty in the Canadian Counseling  
     
  J. Saklofske, Department of English & Theatre 3456 
  NewRadial: Adapting a Digital Visual Editing environment for use with Literary Texts  
     
  A. Schwenke Wyile 1626
  Presentation to the 21st Annual International Research Society for Children's Literature. The Netherlands, Aug 11-14, 2013  
     
  M. Sheppard, School of Business 3500
  Lean Startup Methodology and High-growth SMEs  
     
  D. Shutler, School of Biology 3500
  Does crowding affect reproductive success of Leach's storm-petrels?  
     
  J. Slights, Department of English & Theatre 3500
  The Politics of Passion:  Much Ado About Nothing and the Gendering of Emotions  
     
  T. Smith, Department of Biology 3500
  Effects of interspecific competition between the malaria parasites Hepatozoon  
     
  I. Spooner, Department of Earth & Environmental Science 2678
  Influence of watershed development on water quality in Second Lake, Sackville NS  
     
  D. Stewart, Department of Biology 3500
  Identification and genetic analysis of hermaphroditic freshwater mussels in Atlantic Canada  
     
  C. Vibert, School of Business 3500
  Matching Funds for Multimedia Cases Platform Transformation  
     
  K. Whetter, Department of English & Theatre 3500
  Rubrication in the Winchester MS and Morgan MS 876  
     
  J. Whidden 3476
  Egypt: Colony and Imperial Capital  
     
  R. Worvill, Department of Languages & Literatures 2084
  George Sand et la Providence  
     
  J. Yang, School of Business 2630
  Presentation at European Finance Association (EFA) 2013 Conference  
     
  Y. Zhang, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 3500
  Nonparametric Statistics and Time Series Trend Analysis  
   
   
 October 2012   Article 25.55 Funding    
  J. Best, Department of Languages & Literatures 3500
   A critical edition of the works of Eugène Labiche  
     
   G. Bissix, Recreation Management and Kinesiology 3500
   Antisocial Behaviour in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park (Scotland)  
     
  D. Charke, School of Music 3500
  Post-production costs for an album of Derek Charke’s string quartet  
     
  N. Clarke, Department of Math & Statistics 3360
  Ambush Cops and Robbers  
     
  S. Dogra, Recreation Management & Kinesiology 3500
  Cardiovascular Health and Fitness among Aging Cyclists: A Pilot Project  
     
  B. Ellis, Department of Chemistry 3500
  Hydrogenated Phosphenium Cations as Green Reducing Agents  
     
  K. Hillier, Department of Biology 3000
  Hairpencils of the Heliothinae  
     
  H. Kapoor, School of Business 2980
  Accent and Teaching Evaluations: Racism or Difficulty in understanding  
     
  B. Kayahan, Department of Economics 3043
  Migratory responses to Environmental Quality:  Evidence from Ontario  
     
  A. Migliarisi, Department of English & Theatre 3500
  Performing Arts Summit on Directing  
     
  C. Morley, School of Nutrition & Dietetics 3376
  Research Presentations at the 2013 Dietitians of Canada Conference  
     
  P. Rigg,Department of English & Theatre 3500
 

Aestheticism and the Culture of Individualism in Late Victorian Poetry:
A Mary F Robinson and her Circle

 
     
  M. Robertson, Department of Physics 3500
  Transmission electron microscopy investigation of MnSi epitaxial layers  
     
  M. Stokesbury, Department of Biology 3500
  Evaluation of species specific success for fish passing through fishways  
     
February 2012   Article 25.55 Funding  
  J. Best, Department of Languages & Literatures  1542 
  Statues and satirical songs   
     
  S. Bondrup-Nielsen, Department of Biology  2000 
  Factors determining duck brood success in constructed wetlands, upper Annapolis Valley, NS   
     
  R. Brickner  3500 
  Public Sector Politics in the Climate of Economic Austerity:  Wisconsin Case Study   
     
  J. Brittain, Department of Sociology  3100 
  Possibilities of Peace:  Examining Development through a Renewed Peace Negotiation in Colombia   
     
  T. Curley, School of Nutrition & Dietetics  1825 
  Presentation of our Project 'Evaluation of NCCP-certified Varsity Coaches' Nutrition knowledge and Practices' at the Dietitians of Canada annual conference in TO, June  
     
  W. Campbell, Department of English & Theatre  2862 
  "Women Poets of India" Travel for data collection   
     
  M. Corbett, School of Education  3146 
  Three presentations at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association   
     
  M. Dadswell, Department of Biology  3500 
  Existence of a Discrete Striped Bass Population on the Eastern Shore of NS   
     
  L. Dalton, Acadia Art Gallery 2231
  Presentation of Paper, "Digitizing Landscapes at Expo" at Popular Culture Assoc. Conference & Archival Research for upcoming Exhibition "Codifying the Canon: Carnegie Collection at Acadia"  
     
  B. Delpeche, Department of Languages & Literatures  3500 
  Travel to Moscow to a) present a paper June 20-22, 2012, b) attend workshops on Asian & African languages July 3   
     
  J. Fowles, School of Recreation Managment & Kinesiology  3500 
  A comparison of resistance exercise modes in older individuals with Type 2 diabetes   
     
  J. Guiney Yallop, Department of English & Theatre  3455 
  Support of Scholarly Development and Dissemination of Research   
     
  M. Horgan, Department of Sociology  2974 
  Attendance at the two consecutive meetings being held in Southern ON in May/June  
     
  D. Landgraf, Department of Languages & Literatures  1854 
  "Ecstasy and intoxication in Guillaume Apollinaire's Alcohols"   
     
  S. McFarland, Department of Chemistry  3500 
  Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of DNA Photocleaving Agents   
     
  J. Peng, Deparment of Mathematics & Statistics  3500 
  Sample Size determination for FDR-control in microarray studies   
     
  L. Price, Department of Psychology  2655 
  Investigation of Attachment, Perceived Support and Well-being   
     
  R. Proulx, Department of Languages & Literatures  2128 
  Attendance at the International Conference of Acadian & Quebec literatures (France)   
     
  A. Quema, Department of English & Theatre  3500 
  Seed money to fund preliminary research for next book project   
     
  P. Rippeyoung, Department of Sociology  3418 
  Land of Milk & Honeys?   
     
  A. Saroli, Department of Languages & Literatures  2527 
  Writing in Quechua: Changing attitudes towards the use of written Quechua through its promotion in rural primary schools in Peru   
     
  R. Seale, Department of English & Theatre  3500 
  Performed Violence in Indigenous Cultures Project (Phase 1, Maori)   
     
  D. Shutler, Department of Biology  3500 
  Carryover effects and Immunocompetence   
     
  T. Smith, Department of Biology  3500 
  Effects of sub-zero temperatures on malaria-like blood parasites infecting freeze tolerant spring peepers   
     
  I. Spooner, Department of Earth & Environmental Science  2820 
  The impact of bedrock Geology on Lake Productivity in SW Nova Scotia   
     
  C. Stanley, Department of Earth & Environmental Science  3500 
  Preparation and Analysis of fine-grained gold in soil samples over a gold deposit in Nova Scotia   
     
  D. Symons, Department of Psychology  3442 
  Initiating the King's Co relationship intervention program   
     
  A. Tong, Department of Chemistry  3500 
  Investigation of Polar Pharmaceuticals in Municipal Effluents and Receiving Waters in the Annapolis Valley   
     
  K. Vincent , Department of English & Theatre 3500 
  Literary Versions of Swaziland   
     
  A. Warner, School of Recreation Managment & Kinesiology  3140 
  Action Research on Food Citizenship:  Dissemination Pilot of Great Meals for a change   
     
  K. Whetter,  Department of English & Theatre  3500 
  Manuscript, Material and Meaning in Malory's Healing of Sir Urry   
     
  G. Whitehall, Department of Political Science  3500 
  Mapping the Global Triage: A discourse analysis of the ProMed alert Network   
     
  J. Yang, School of Business Administration  2130 
  Presentation at the Eastern Finance Association (EFA) Conference   
     
October 2011   Article 25.55 Funding    
  Z. Abramson, Department of Sociology 3500
  Things aren't always what they appear to be: The assimilation of holocaust survivors into the Montreal Jewish community   
     
  S. Aston, School of Education 3500
  Supporting family physicians in a rural collaborative community-based methadone maintenance program   
     
  N.Clarke, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 3360
  Cops and Robber with partial information   
     
  K. Hillier, Department of Biology 3500
  Olfactory physiology of coeloconic sensilla in the Tobacco Hawkmoth, Manduca sexta   
     
  C. King, SRMK and G. MacKinnon, Education  3500 
  Online Sports Injury Case Studies: An International Collaboration   
     
  J. Leidl, Art Department  3393
  Attendance at the College Art Association Conference at the Los Angeles Convention Centre   
     
  S. Liinamaa. Department of Sociology 3029
  The city is a laboratory: social aesthetics and experimentation in contemporary art  
     
  R. Metha, Department of Psychology 3500
  Understanding and Improving Decision Making   
     
  C. Morley, School of Nutrition & Dietetics 3500
  Tracing the origins of transitional diets to support international collaborations to improve feeding in hospitals, enhance nutritional status, improve recovery, and shorten lengths of stay  
     
  N. O'Driscoll. Department of Earth & Environmental Science 3500
  Effect of coastal wetland restoration on mercury speciation and bioavailability   
     
  W. Robichaud, Vaughan Memorial Library 3160
  Assessment and Development of Archival Information Literacy at Acadia University   
     
  E. Shakshuki, Department of Computer Science 3500
  Negotiation Strategies for Intelligent Agents   
     
  H. Teisman, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 2402
  Acadia Mathematics Professor Fritz Rothberger: work, life, time   
     
  B. Vanblarcom, Deparment of Economics 2754
  Assessing the Economic Impact Associated with Applying for a UNESCO World Heritage Designation for Grand Pre, Nova Scotia   
     
  B. van der Ende, Deparment of Physics 3500
  Sensitized Up-conversion and Down-conversion for Solar Cells   
     
  B. Wilson, Department of Biology 3500
  Brain relaxins and protection from ischemic injury   
     
  H. Zhang, Department of Computer Science 3500
  Energy Efficient Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks using Genetic Algorithm   
     
February 2011   Article 25.55 Funding  
  T. Avery, Department of Biology 3500
  Directly Observing a Salt Wedgie: Underwater Video Monitoring of Fish Interactions and Behavior  
     
  R. Evans, Department of Biology 3500
  Comparative Analysis of Crabs Claw Gene Expression in the Rose Family  
     
  S. Barkanova, Department of Physics 3460
  Preventing Radiation-Induced Cancer: Acadia Students Engaged in Local Community  
     
  C. Bennett, Deparment of Physics 3500
  Charge-Density Waves in Low-dimensional Compounds  
     
  D. Benoit, Computer Science 3500
  Building Recognition Software for Mobile Devices  
     
  J. Best, Languages & Literatures 3500
  Eugène Labiche, vaudeville, and political censorship  
     
  T. Caldwell, Nutrition & Dietetics 1728
  Evaluation of Level 4 NCCP Coaches’ Nutrition Knowledge Following Intensive Nutrition Education  
     
  D. Charke, School of Music 3500
  Recording sounds (data collection) at the floe-edge in Pond Inlet, Nunavut  
     
  N. Clarke,  Math & Statistics 3360
  Grundy oriented colouring  
     
  J. Colton, Rec. Management & Kinesiology 2544
  Aboriginal Ecotourism in Haida Gwaii’s National Marine Conservation Area  
     
  L. Dalton, History & Classics 1930
  Around the World in a Few Days: Passports at Expo 2010  
     
  P. Doerr, History & Classics 2419
  What Went Wrong: Britain, France and the USSR, August 1939’  
     
  S. Dogra, Rec. Management & Kinesiology 2800
  Does heavy intensity exercise lead to adaptation of central cardiovascular parameters in previously trained and untrained older women?  
     
  K. Dye, School of Business 2656
  Holding our Words Against us: Cooptation of the Feminist Discourse to Perpetuate Ethnic Discrimination  
     
  J. Fowles, Rec. Management and Kinesiology 3000
  Development of a Physical Activity and Fitness Questionnaire for use in clinical practice  
     
  J. Guiney Yallop, School of Education 2138
  Support of Scholarly Development and Dissemination of Research  
     
  M. Horgan, Department of Sociology 2392
  Conference Presentation at the Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting and attendance at the American Sociological Association Annual Meetings both in Nevada  
     
  B. Kayahan, Department of Economics 3234
  Cost Benefit Analysis of World Heritage Site Designation in NS  
     
  S. Landry, Rec. Management and Kinesiology 3500
  Muscle activity strategies during directional change maneuvers in varsity football players: Relevance to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries.  
     
  R. Lehr, School of Education 3475
  Relational ethical practices of Nova Scotia Counselling Therapists  
     
  M. Lukeman, Department of Chemistry 3500
  New Photocaging Compounds Based on 9-Benzoylfluorene  
     
  F. Mendivil, Math & Statistics 3500
  Image processing to automatically count European red mites in apple orchards  
     
  N. O'Driscoll, Earth & Environmental Science 3500
  Bioaccumulation of mercury in benthic invertebrates in coastal wetland sediments of the Bay of Fundy  
     
  J. Peng, Math & Statistics 3140
  On the Adaptive Bonferroni Procedure for Controlling the Familywise Error Rate  
     
  A.M. Powers, Department of Sociology 1048
  “Gossip and the Stranger in Newfoundland”, to be presented at The Society for Applied Anthropology Conference, Seattle, Washington, March 29th-April 2nd  
     
  B. Robinson, School of Education 3500
  Resilience in the Context of a Shrinking World in Later Adulthood  
     
  J. Saklofske, English & Theatre 3500
  Digitizing Disneyland: Applying Imagineering Aesthetics to Virtual World Design  
     
  I. Spooner, Earth & Environmental Science 2540
  Influence of regional geology on the water quality of  lakes in southwestern Nova Scotia  
     
  D. Stewart, Department of Biology 3500
  An integrated approach to shrew conservation in Nova Scotia  
     
  P. Taylor, Department of Biology 3000
  Monitoring Scoter migration at Beaubassin Field Station  
     
  L. Thompson, School of Education 2673
  “Franco-Whatever”: Francophone Youth Stories about Cultural Diversity in French-Speaking Communities in Canada. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.  
     
  A. Tong, Department of Chemistry 3500
  Investigation of Pharmaceuticals in Aquatic Environments in the Annapolis Valley  
     
  C. Vibert and G. MacKinnon, Schools of Business and Education 1610
  Evaluating the Pedagogical Impact of Multimedia Teaching Cases in Business Education  
     
  K. Vincent, English & Theatre 3500
  Swaziland Popular Fiction  
     
  K. Whetter, English & Theatre 3500
  Malory and Hardyng: Some Codicological Connexions  
     
October 2010 Article 25.55 Funding  
  E. Curry, Department of Math & Statistics 3,500.00
  Sage Days at Acadia  
     
  M. Dennis, Department of History & Classics 2,069.60
  Hollywood and the Henry Wallace Crusade, 1943-1948  
     
  M. Devine, Department of English & Theatre 2,377.50
  Research in Expressive Vocabularies and Empowerment Techniques, Africa 2011  
     
  B. Ellis, Department of Chemistry 3,500.00
  Chemical Hydrogen Storage Using Alkyl and Amido Stabilised Phosphorus(III) Cations  
     
  K. Hillier, Department of Biology 3,000.00
  Sensillar ultrastructure and physiology of the Brown Spruce Longhorn Beetle, Tetropium fuscum  
     
  M. Hopkins, School of Music 3,500.00
  An Examination of the History and Performance Practice Pertaining to Stravinsky's Symphonies of Wind Instruments  
     
  H. Kapoor, School of Business 3,500.00
  Similarities and differences between the consumer evaluation of brand extensions in the WEIRD and non-WEIRD groups  
     
  G. MacKinnon& J. Saklofske, Education & English 3,500.00
  Virtual Worlds as a Means of Assisting the Deaf Student: A Cooperative International Case Study  
     
  G. Poulter, Department of History & Classics 1,000.00
  Commemorating Lives: Weddings, Funerals, Ritual and Memory in King's County, Nova Scotia  
     
  V. Provencal, Department of History & Classics 2,620.00
  ATINER conference paper in Athens and research tour of ancient Greek sites  
     
  J. Richard, Vaughan Memorial Library 3,500.00
  Digitization and Inclusion of the National Research Council Seaweed Collection into the E.C. Smith Digital Herbarium  
     
  P. Rigg, Department of English & Theatre 3,500.00
  Aestheticism and the Culture of Individualism in Late Victorian Poetry: Agnes Mary Frances Robinson (Darmesteter Duclaux) and her Circle  
     
  D. Seamone, Department of History & Classics 3,500.00
  Anti -Feminism and Women's Experience of the Violence of Religion  
     
  C. Shields, School of Rec Management & Kinesiology 3,500.00
  Promoting Physical Activity: Assessing the Impact of Bodyweight and Ethnicity on the Credibility of Health Care Practitioners' Advice  
     
  D. Shutler, Department of Biology 2,900.00
  Effect of fungal parasites on honeybee learning and memory  
     
  A. Smith, Vaughan Memorial Library 2,500.00
  A case study of Acadia University Faculty views and behavior towards publishing in open access locations  
     
  M. Tango, School of Engineering 3,500.00
  Optimization of Microalgae Growth Conditions for Biofuels production  
     
  B. van der Ende, Department of Physics 1,642.15
  Efficient Light-Harvesting Materials for Solar Cells: Sensitized Upconversion and Downconversion in Photonic Crystals  
     
  B. Wilson, Department of Biology 3,500.00
  Role of relaxin-3 in brainstem stress pathways in zebrafish, Danio rerio  
     
     

FEB 2010

Article 25.55 Funding  
     
  T. Avery, Department of Biology

$3,500.00

 

Angling to get a slant on striped bass angling

 

 

 

 

 

S. Barkanova, Department of Physics

$3,460

 

Radon and Cancer

 

 

 

 

 

D. Benoit, Computer Science

$1,750.00

 

Tracking the size of the web

 

 

 

 

 

G. Bissix, Recreation Management and Kinesiology

$3,500.00

 

Trauma accounts for ATVing in Nova Scotia

 

 

 

 

 

N. Clarke, Math & Statistics

$3,360.00

 

Injective oriented graph colouring

 

 

 

 

 

M. Dadswell, Department of Biology

$3,377.00

 

Existence of a discrete striped bass population on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia

 

 

 

 

 

B. Delpeche, Languages & Literatures

$2,300.00

 

Travelling to Holguin University in Holguin

 

 

 

 

 

M. Devine, English and Theatre

$2,962.00

 

International theatre research

 

 

 

 

 

H. Eustace, English & Theatre

$2,792.00

 

Writing Western Australia

 

 

 

 

 

J. Fowles, Recreation Management & Kinesiology

$2,500.00

 

A comparison of walking and resistance band training as exercise for older individuals with Type 2 diabetes

 

 

 

 

 

J. Guiney Yallop, Education

$2,900.00

 

Who is Mrs. Mary Harvey?

 

 

 

 

 

S. Landry, Recreation Management & Kinesiology

$3,500.00

 

Activation patterns of lower limb muscles in male and female university soccer players while performing unanticipated cutting maneuvers on field turf

 

 

 

 

 

D. Magri, Department of Chemistry

$3,500.00

 

A luminescent 'off-on' zinc sensor based on a CdSe/ZnS semiconductor nanoparticle

 

 

 

 

 

A. Migliarisi, English & Theatre

$3,242.00

 

Stanislavsky in Canada

 

 

 

 

 

N. O'Driscoll, Earth & Environmental Science

$3,500.00

 

Distribution of mercury in larval and adult dragonflies from Kejimkujik Park, Nova Scotia

 

 

 

 

 

L. Price, Department of Psychology

$3,368.00

 

Attachment styles, perceived suppoprt and well-being

 

 

 

 

 

P. Pufahl, Earth & Environmental Science

$3,500.00

 

Bioessential phosphorous and fossil bacteria

 

 

 

 

 

A. Quema, English & Theatre

$2,964.00

 

Symbolic violence and social poiesis

 

 

 

 

 

P. Rippeyoung, Department of Sociology

$1,062.00

 

Breastfeeding and the gendering of domestic labor presentation, Conference, Greensboro, NC

 

 

 

 

 

E. Shakshuki, Computer Science

$3,500.00

 

EDACS: Enhanced dynamic Acknowledgement system

 

 

 

 

 

I. Spooner,  Earth & Environmental Science

$2,994.00

 

Age of the Bloody Creek impact structure, Bridgetwon, Nova Scotia

 

 

 

 

 

C. Stanley, Earth & Environmental Science

$3,500.00

 

Identifying optimal geochemical exploration samples from soil developed over pediment at the Inca de Oro porphyry deposit, Chile

 

 

 

 

 

D. Stewart, Department of Biology

$3,500.00

 

A community centered approach to conserving rare wetland shrews in Nova Scotia

 

 

 

 

 

I. Stewart, Political Science

$2,100.00

 

The politics of Paul MacEwan

 

 

 

 

 

S. Thon, Languages & Literatures

$3,269.00

 

El Tema Del Traidor Y Del Heroe de Borges

 

 

 

 

 

A. Trudel, Computer Science

$1,750.00

 

Measuring the size of the web

 

 

 

 

 

J. Whidden, History & Classics

$2,450.00

 

Monarchy and modernity in Egypt

 

 

 

 

 

J. Yang, School of Business

$3,000.00

 

Does one size fit all? A self-reflection model of Canadian corporate governance

 

 

 

 

 

Y. Zhang, 

$3,500.00

 

Trend analysis for time series data

 

     
     
OCT 2009 Article 25.55 Funding  
  J. Best, Lanuages & Literatures $2,112
  Censored Manuscripts from the 19thCentury: A Website  
     
   R. Brickner, Political Science $2,540
  Invisible Despite the Law:  Domestic ServiceWorkers in Mexico and the Struggle for Labour Law Reform  
     
  T. Caldwell, Nutrition & Dietetics $3,500.00
  Sweetness Tolerance and Body Mass Index  
     
  B. Ellis, Department of Chemistry $3,500.00
  Dicoordinate Phosphorus Cations:  New Molecules for Chemical Hydrogen Storage  
     
  G. Gibson, Department of Biology $2,885.20
  Maternal regulation of developmental plasticity  
     
  S. Henderson, History & Classics $538.91
  The Counter-Counterculture:  The Don Messer Jubilee and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation at the end of the 1960's  
     
  K. Hillier, Department of Biology $3,500 .00
  Development of Neuroanatomical Stains for Mapping the Insect Brain  
     
  M. Lukeman, Department of Chemistry $3,480.00
  New Photocaging Compounds Based on Nitrostyrenes  
     
  S. McFarland, Department of Chemistry $3,500.00
  DNA Interactions of Ru(II) Complexes Derived from Imidazo[4,5-f][1,10]phenanthroline Ligands  
     
  T. Muldner, Computer Science $3,000.00
  Parallelization of XML updates on compressed data  
     
  R. Pitter, Recreation Management & Kinesiology $1,335.00
  Travel to present, "The Prostitution Trap of Elite Sport in He Got Game", and preside over two sessions at the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS) Conference in Ottawa, November 4-7, 2009  
     
  G. Poulter, History & Classics $1,000.00
  Commemorating Lives:  Weddings, Funerals, Ritual and Memory in Kings County, Nova Scotia  
     
  P. Rigg, English & Theatre $3,500.00
  Aestheticism, Feminism, and the Culture of Individualism in Late Victorrian Poetry:  Agnes Mary Frances Robinson (Darmesteter Duclaux) and her Circle  
     
  J. Saklofske & G. MacKinnon, Education/English $3,500.00
  Evaluating the Impact of Virtual World Technology on Student's Conceptual Understanding of English Literature  
     
  M. Tango, School of Engineering $3,500.00
  Assessment of the Microalgae Potential for Biofuels Production in Nova
Scotia
 
     
  L. Thompson, School of Education $2,650.00
  Aboriginals' Stories Count:  Using Aboriginal Children's Literature in
Elementary Social Studies
 
     
     
  K. Whetter, English & Theatre $3,500.00
  Rubrication in the Wichester Manuscript:  Phase III  
     
  I. Wilks, Department of Philosophy $2,036.50
  Continuing the Critique of Skeptical Theism  
Arthur Irving Academy Research Grants in Environmental Science
CFI & NSRIT Funded Projects @ Acadia

 

 

 

 

2014

 

 

 

John R. Evans Leaders Fund – Funding for research infrastructure  

 

B. Ellis, Department of Chemistry

$58,800
 

Infrastructure for Chemical Hydrogen Storage and Carbon Dioxide Recycling

 

2013

   
 

John R. Evans Leaders Fund – Funding for research infrastructure

 
 

R. Newman, Department of Psychology

$41.348

 

Infrastructure to Enhance the Cognitive Neuroscience of Reading and Speech Processing Lab at Acadia University

 
2011    

 

Leaders Opportunity Fund

 
 

S. Landry, School of Recreation Management & Kinesiology

$322,291

 

Human Motion Laboratory

 

2010

 

 

 

Leaders Opportunity Fund

 
 

M. Stokesbury, Department of Biology

$ 63,005

 

Development of mitigative strategis to reduce negative impacts on fishes due to the deployment of in-stream tidal power infrastructure

 

2009

 

 

 

Leaders Opportunity Fund

 

 

J Rand, School of Engineering

$97,915

 

Infrastructure for Nutrient Management and Drinking Water Treatment

 

 

 

 

 

K Hillier, Department of Biology

$327,090

 

Chemical Analysis and Bio-Imaging Laboratory

 

 

 

 

 

A Tong, Department of Chemistry

$388,130

 

Laboratory for Investigating UltraTrace Organic Contaminants

 

 

 

 

2008

 

 

 

Leaders Opportunity Fund

 

 

S McFarland, Department of Chemistry

$369,868 

 

Laboratory for Inorganic Photophysics and Biological Sciences

 

 

 

 

2007

 

 

 

Leaders Opportunity Fund & Canada Research Chairs Infrastructure Fund

 

 

N O'Driscoll, Department of Earth & Environmental Science

$319,189

 

Mercury Biogeochemistry Laboratory

 

 

 

 

 

Leaders Opportunity Fund

 

 

M Lukeman, Department of Chemistry

$322,230

 

Laboratory for Photosciences

 

 

 

 

 

Chris Shields, School of Recreation Management & Kinesiology

$35,000

 

Construction of the Psychomotor Behaviour Laboratory for the Study of Psychosocial Determinants and Consequences of Physical Activity

 

 

 

 

 

New Initiatives Fund

 

 

R Evans, Department of Biology

$361,872

 

Canadian University Biodiversity Consortium

(of $7.9 M)

 

 

 

2006

 

 

 

Leaders Opportunity Fund

 

 

J Murimboh, Department of Chemistry

$356,186

 

Infrastructure for Investigating the Biogeochemistry of Trace Metals in the Environment

 

 

 

 

 

Leading Edge Fund

 

 

C Bennett, Department of Physics

$1,018,037

 

Acadia Centre for Microstructural Analysis: Expansion of a Core Facility for the Imaging and Analysis of Complex Systems

 

 

 

 

 

National Platforms Fund

 

 

S Lochhead, Library

$253,162

 

CKRN

(of $19 M)

 

 

 

2005

 

 

 

New Opportunities Funds

 

 

T Smith, Department of Biology

$386,039

 

Laboratory for Eukaryotic Microbiology and Parasitology

 

     
 

Canada Research Chairs Infrastructure Fund

 
 

B Trofanenko, School of Education

$ 109,369

 

Research Infrastructure to support the CRC in Technology and Culture

 
     

2004

 

 

 

Canada Research Chairs Infrastructure Fund

 

 

H Chipman, Department of Mathematics & Statistics

$375,161

 

Centre for Mathematical Modelling and Computation

 

 

 

 

 

New Opportunities Funds

 

 

M Leiter, Department of Psychology

$125,695

 

Enhanced infrastructure to support the Centre for Organizational Research and Development

 

 

 

 

 

V Zamlynny, Department of Chemistry

$380,061

 

Equipment for Electrochemical In Situ Polarization Modulation Fourier Transform Infrared Reflection Adsorption Spectroscopy

 

 

 

 

 

Innovation Fund

 

 

R Cunningham, Department of English

$416,457

 

The Acadia Digital Cultural Observatory: A Facility to Support Interdisciplinary Research on Information and Communication Technologies

 

 

 

 

2003

 

 

 

New Opportunities Fund

 

 

S Good-Avila, Department of Biology

$329,422

 

Laboratory for Bio-molecular Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2002

 

 

 

Canada Research Chairs Infrastructure Fund

 

 

M Robertson, Department of Physics

$591,120

 

Cathodoluminescence and Electron Beam Induced Current Systems for the Characterization of the Electronic, Physical and Optical Properties of Novel Semiconductor Nanomaterials

 

 

 

 

 

J Roff, Department of Biology

$525,590

 

A Holistic Approach to Aquatic Conservation, Integrating Studies of Structures and Processes across the Ecological Hierarchy, and Evaluating Health and Impacts in Marine, Estuarine, and Freshwaters

 

 

 

 

2001

 

 

 

New Opportunities Fund

 

 

R Murphy, School for Recreation Management & Kinesiology

$560,169

 

Centre of Lifestyle Studies Exercise Science Laboratories

 

 

 

 

1999

 

 

 

Research Development Fund

 

 

C Bennett, Department of Physics

$1,533,488

 

Centre for Microstructural Analysis

 

Harrison McCain Awards
SIG Funded Research @ Acadia
June 2017 SIG Funding  
D. Holmberg, Psychology $2788
That's Not How I remember it: Exploring Possible Discrepancies in Parents' and Adult Children's Memories of the Coming-Out Process  
   
B. Kayahan, Economics $2788
Economic Impact of Cruise Tourism in Atlantic Canada  
   
C. Morley, Nutrition and Dietetics $2788
Toward Transinclusive Nutritional Assessment and Counseling  
   
D. Sears and T. Weatherbee, Business $2788
Exploring the Darker Side of Wine Tourism  
   
C. Shields, Kinesiology $2448
It's not about whether they're going to lose, it's whether we help them learn  
   
K. Whetter, English and Theatre $2788
Adapting Sources and Translating Characters in the stanzaic Morte and Malory  
   
July 2016 SIG Funding  
C. Bonner, Sociology $3000
Industrial Island - African-Caribbean Migration to Cape Breton, 1900-1930  
   
E. Crandall, Politics $1544
Gender Diversity on NS's Courts: Understanding the Role of Judicial Appointments Reform  
   
M. Dennis, History and Classics $2553
They Liked America: John Strachey, Granville Hicks, and the Political Economy of a New Deal  
   
W. Guo, Business $2544
She Posts, but He does not: Gender Differences in Posting Charity Related Message on Online Social Networks  
   
C. Morley, Nutrition and Dietetics $3000
Validation of a food and nutrition risk instrument for use with community-dwelling seniors  
   
A. Quema, English and Theatre $1896
"Microarchives of Affect" and "Kinesis and Intentionality in Nicole Brossard's Poetry"  
   
July 2015 SIG Funding  
E. Jackson, Politics $2992
Living with Uncertainty: Investigating Counter-Terror "Protection" in Urban and Public Spaces  
   
G. MacKinnon, Education $2273
An Assistive Tool for Deaf Students  
   
R. Proulx, Languages & Literatures $1429
Don et dons du Survenant de Germain Guevremont  
   
V. Provencal $2862
Ass & Automobile Research in the Faulkner Collection, University of WV, USA  
   
D. Sears and T. Weatherbee, Business $1154
Old World, New World, or In Between? NS Wineries and History as a Strategic Resource  
   
A. Quema, Enligh & Theatre $1400
Brossard, Moure, and Zolf: Networking and Experimental Poetry  
   
C. Shields and R. Pitter, Kinesiology $2000
That's my kid: you've probably heard of him:  
   
June 2014 SIG Funding  
Z. Abramson, Sociology $3,000
Unpacking: The Lived Experiences of Holocaust Survivors who Settled in Montreal between 1947-58  
   
S. Hewitt, History and Classics $3,000
Recent research on the Maison d-Orphee at the Roman site Volubilis, Morocco  
   
C. Morley $3,000
Developing a costing approach to compare gluten-free and gluten-containing foods  
   
P. Rigg $2,971
Aestheticism and the Culture of Individualism in Late Victorian Poetry: Agnes Mary Frances and her Circle  
   
K. Smardz Frost $2,223
Planting Slavery in Colonial NS  
   
   
 July 2013 SIG Funding  
Z. Abramson, Sociology $3,000
Unpacking:  The lived experiences of Holocaust survivors who settled in Montreal between 1947-58  
   
A. Cohen, Earth & Environmental Science $2,941
Ecosystem governance and resource development in Northern Canada  
   
L. Frank, Sociology $2,565
Finding formula: Exploring emergency infant formula distribution to low-income families in Canada  
   
C. King, Recreation Management and Kinesiology $1,900
Multimedia sports injury assesssments:  A case-based learning approach  
   
C. Morley, Nutrition and Dietetics $3,000
Assessing the self-perceived competence of the Acadia University dietetic internship dietitian-preceptors to participate in research  
   
 A. Quema, English and Theatre $2,262
 Queer crisscrossing: Roni Horn in Dialogue with Canadian experimental poety  
   
[nbsp]P. Rigg, English and Theatre $2,762
 Aestheticism and the culture of individualism in Late Victorian poetry  
   
 A. Schwenke Wylie, English & Theatre $1,524
 SeaStacks interviews: New Brunswick and PEI authors and illustrators  
   
 T. Weatherbee, Business $1,725
 Conference presentation: Academy of Management; Lake Buena Vista, Florida  
   
 July 2012 SIG Funding  
S. Dogra, Rec Management & Kinesiology $3,000
 Lung Function of Aboriginal Peoples Living in Eskasoni and Metepenagiag First Nations  
   
 C. Morley, Nutrition & Dietetics $2,772 
 The hHstory of Transitional Diets in Canada  
   
 A. Quema, English & Theatre $2,983 
 Queer Crisscrossing:  Roni Horn in Dialogue with Canadian Experimental Poetry  
   
 P. Rigg, English & Theatre $2,979 
 Aestheticism and the culture of Individualism in Late Victrian Poetry  
   
 A. Schwenke Wylie, English & Theatre $2266 
 SeaStacks Interviews: NS & NB authors and illustrators  
   
 July 2011 SIG Funding  
 R. Brickner, Political Science $1,344 
 A battle of wills; Understanding teachers' resistance to anti-public sector legislation in Michigan  
   
H. Kapoor, Business Administration  $2,600 
 An exploratory examination of consumer-brand adversarial relationships: When, where and how?  
   
 P. Rippeyoung, Sociology $2,500 
 A land of milk and honeys?: Exploring the effects of infant feeding practices on the division of labour in lesbian families  
   
D. Sears, Business Administration  $2,784 
Understanding preferences for wine toursim destinations in Nova Scotia   
   
G. Whitehall, Sociology  $3,000 
Mapping the global triage; A discourse analysis of the ProMed alert network   
   
J. Yang, Business Administration  $3,000 
Voting behaviours and their impact on Canadian mutual funds   
   
SEPT 2010   SIG Funding  
     
  G. Bissix, Recreation Management & Kinesiology $1,650
  An interactive road and trail network map of Wolfville incorporating a calorie and GHG calculator  
     
  S. Dogra, Recreation Management & Kinesiology $2,500
  The influence of participation in high intensity exercise sessions on aging attitudes of middle aged adults  
     
  M. Horgan,  Department of Sociology $2,388
  Not quite a crime: Researching incivility in everyday life (Phase 1)  
     
  J. Guiney Yallop, Education $1,500
  Dissemination of research results from Year One of research project: Who is Mrs. Mary Harvey: A grandson's poetic exploration of memory, story, and gifts  
     
  R. Pitter, Recreation Management & Kinesiology $2,181
  Travel to present at the 2010 North American Society for Sport Sociology conference  
     
  R. Proulx, Languages & Literatures $1,494
  The representation of America in Quebec popular song  
     
  K. Vincent, English & Theatre $2,500
  Literary versions of Swaziland  
     
  G. Wooden, Divinity College $2,500
  Reexamination of the theory that Old Greek Daniel and 1 Esdras have the same translator  
     
     

2009    SIG Funding

 
     
  J Best, Languages & Literature

$2,500

 

Commemoration, contestation and the rewriting of history:
the role of monuments in public spaces in French Canada

 
     
 

G. Bissix, Recreation Management & Kinesiology

$2,500

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Active Lifestyles, Active Transportation and Neighbourhood Influences in Wolfville

 
     
  M. Devine, English & Theatre $1,045
 

Centre for Alternative Theatre Training (CATT)

 
     
 

G. Poulter, History & Classics

$2,500

 

Commemorating Lives: Weddings, Funerals, Ritual and Memory in
Kings County Nova Scotia

 
     
 

L. Thompson, School of Education

$1,965

  Teachers' and Students' Understanding of Ethnic Diversity:
Implications for Multicultural Education in Canada
 
     
 

K. Whetter, English & Theatre

$2,494

 

Rubrication in the Winchester Manuscript Phase II:
Manuscript Evidence and Images

 
     
 

J. Yang, School of Business

$2,400

 

Canadian Corporate Governance and Firm Value: A Simultaneous
Equations Approach

 

 

 

 

 

J Guiney Yallop, School of Education

$1,304

 

Ways of Being in Teaching

 

 

 

 

 

H Higgins, School of Education

$2,280

 

Compassion Fatigue & Compassion Satisfaction & Development of Interview Protocol & Interview Questions

 

 

 

 

 

D Holmberg, Department of Psychology

$1,590

 

Adult Attachment Styles as Predictors of Couple's Coping Processes

 

 

 

 

 

L LaRocque, Department of English

$2,500

 

Collective Consciousness in Small Press Culture

 

 

G Poulter, History & Classics

$2,500

 

Commemorating Lives:  Weddings, Funerals, Ritual & Memory in Kings County, N.S.

 

 

 

 

 

J Saklofske, Department of English

$720

 

Interfacelift:  Modding the Doors of Perception to William Blake 

 

 

 

 

 

R Sparkman, School of Business

$2,500

 

More Tales from the Tracks:  Extending Raenscroft's Trail Constraints Analysis

 

 

 

 

 

L Thompson, School of Education

$1,485

 

Teachers & Students' Understanding of Ethnic, Cultural & National Identified:Implications for Teaching

 

NSERC Faculty Grants
 

2016 Discovery Grants (3)

 

S. Barr, Department of Earth and Environmental Science

 

 $29,000/yr for 5 years

 

Building mountain belts - the Appalachian model

 

 

       
 

N.K. Hillier, Department of Biology

 

$28,000/yr for 1 year

 

Pheromone diversity in Heliothine moths

   
       
 

H. Teismann, Department of Mathematics and Statistics

 

$13,000/yr for 5 years

  Fundamental mechanisms and obstacles in the bilinear control of Schrödinger equations    
       

2016 Discovery Development Grants (1)

   
 

I. Spooner, Department of Earth and Environmental Science

 

$10,000/yr for 2 years

 

The influence of environmental stressors on metal sequestration in shallow lakes

   
       

2015 Research Tools and Instruments Grants (1)

   
 

S. McFarland, Department of Chemistry

 

$149,625 for 1 year

 

Ratiometric Microfluorometry and Mapping Capabilities for Molecular Imaging in Living Systems: First in the Maritimes

   
 

 

   

2015 Discovery Grants (4)

 

 N. Clarke, Department of Mathematics and Statistics

 

 $11,000/yr for 5 years 

 

Some Problems in Graph Theory

   
 

 

   
 

S. McFarland, Department of Chemistry

 

 $45,000/yr for 5 years 

 

Investigation of Metal-Organic Hybrids as Photosensitizers for Bioinorganic Applications

   
 

 

   
 

D. Shutler, Department of Biology

 

 $21,000/yr for 5 years 

 

Adaptive nest site choice by birds

   
 

 

   
 

T. Smith, Department of Biology 

 

$21,000/yr for 5 years

 

Coadaptation of blood-dwelling apicomplexan parasites and their vertebrate and invertebrate hosts

   
     

2015 Discovery Development Grants (1)

   
 

A. Jha, Department of Chemistry 

 

$10,000/yr for 2 years

 

New Heterocyclic Architectures from Cascade Processes

   
       

2014 Research Tools and Instruments Grants (1)

   

 

N. O'DriscollDepartment of Earth and Environmental Science

 

$45,653 for 1 year

 

Increased Precision of Methl Mercury Analysis for Assessment of Processes Controlling Bioavailability

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Discovery Grants (1)

 

P. Taylor, Department of Biology

 

$27,000/yr for 5 years 

 

Ecology of Migration

 

 

       

2013 Discovery Grants (6)

 
G. Gibson, Department of Biology
 

$22,000 for 5 years

 

Phenotypic Plasticity and the Evolution of Marine Invertebrate Larvae

   

 

 

 

 

 
D. Stewart, Department of Biology
 
$27,000/yr for 5 years

 

Molecular evolution and ecological adaptation of gender-associated mitochondrial genomes in bivalves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N. O'Driscoll, Department of Biology

 

$40,000/yr for 5 years

 

Predicting Mercury Retention and Bioaccumulation in Aquatic Ecosystems

 

 

 

 

   
 
J. Peng, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
 
$15,000/yr for 5 years
 

Topics in multiple comparison procedures and variable selection

   
 

 

   
   
P. Ranjan, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
   
$15,000/yr for 5 years
 

Computer Experiments and Multi-stage Factorial Designs

   
 

 

   
 

Y. Zhang, Department of Mathematics and Statistics

 
$11,000/yr for 5 years
 

Time Series Analysis and Computing, and Robust Statistical Methods for Modeling Serially Correlated Data

   
       

2012 Discovery Grants (7)

 
S. Barkanova, Department of Physics (SAPIN)
 

$20,000 for year 1 and 2
$25,000 for years 3, 4 and 5

 

Electroweak radiative effects and hadronic structure

   

 

 

 

 

 
M. Mallory, Department of Biology
 
$26,000/yr for 5 years

 

A multi-disciplinary assessment of spatial and temporal changes in Arctic coastal ecosystems

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

F. Mendivil, Department of Mathematics & Statistics

 

$12,000/yr for 5 years

 

Geometry of fractals and vector calculus on fractals

 

 

 

 

   
 
P. Pufahl, Department of Earth and Environmental Science
 
$38,000/yr for 5 years
 
Sedimentary phosphorite, fertilizer ore, and the evolving phosphorus cycle: an integrated approach
   
 

 

   
   
M. Robertson, Department of Physics
   
$25,000/yr for 5 years
 

Properties of Semiconductor and Magnetic Nanostructures

   
 

 

   
 


M. Stokesbury, Department of Biology

 
$21,000/yr for 5 years
 

Development of a theoretical and practical foundation for the assessment of abundance of large pelagic species

   
 

 

   
 


B. van der Ende, Department of Physics

 
$22,000/yr for 5 years
 

Spectral Conversion via Sensitized Up- and Down-conversion with Micro- and Nano-crystalline Phosphors

   
 

 

   

2011 Research Tools and Instruments Grants (2)

 

D. StewartDepartment of Biology 

 

$14,836 for 1 year

 

Quantitative Thermal Cycler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D Stewart, Department of Biology  

 

$21,781 for 1 year

 

Temperature-controlled incubator/shaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011 Discovery Grants (2)

 

S. Barr, Department of Earth and Environmental Science

 

$22,000/yr for 5 years 

 

Tectonic history of the norther Appalachian orogen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B. Ellis, Department of Biology

 

$25,000/yr for 5 years

 

Low Coordinate Main Group Compounds: Reagents for small activation and Building Blocks for heavy Multiple Bonds

 

 

       

2010 Research Tools and Instruments Grants (3)

 

K HillierDepartment of Biology 

 

$19,112 for 1 year

 

(Co-applicants: C Bennett, T Smith, B Wilson, S McFarland)

 

 

 

Confocal Microscope Upgrade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R Newman, Department of Psychology  

 

$29,389 for 1 year

 

Equipment for the establishment of the cognitive neuroscience and reading laboratory at Acadia University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D Stewart, Department of Biology  

 

$14,714 for 1 year

 

Nanophotometer for qualifying DNA and RNA

 

 

 

 

 

 

2010 Discovery Grants (8)

 

S Barkanova, Department of Physics 

 

$15,000/yr for 2 years 

 

Phenomenology of electroweak interactions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H Chipman, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 

 

$20,000/yr for 5 years

 

Statistical learning: models and algorithms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N Clarke, Department of Mathematics & Statistics

 

$12,000/yr for 5 years

 

Some problems in graph theory

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Jha, Department of Chemistry

 

$30,000/yr for 5 years

 

Molecular diversity from naphthalene nucleus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S McFarland, Department of Chemistry

 

$30,000/yr for 5 years

 

Design and evaluation of DNA photocleaving agents for bioinorganic applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T Muldner, School of Computer Science

 

$15,000/yr for 5 years

 

Updating and querying compressed XML documents

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E Shakshuki, School of Computer Science

 

$15,000/yr for 5 years

 

Cooperative intelligent distributed systems for context-aware and calendaring system

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I Spooner, Department of Geology

 

$20,000/yr for 5 years

 

Paleolimnology and physical limnology of lakes in Nova Scotia

 

 

 

2009 Research Tools and Instruments Grants (1)

K Hillier, Department of Biology 

 

$32,746 for 1 year 

Fixed-stage Compound Microscope

 

 

 

 

 

2009 Discovery Grants (3)

S Hussain, School of Computer Science

 

$15,000 for 1 year

Energy efficient, secure and trusted middleware for wireless sensor networks

 

 

 

 

 

E Shakshuki, School of Computer Science

 

$15,000 for 1 year

Cooperative Intelligent Distributed Systems for Context Aware and Calendaring Systems

 

 

 

 

 

D Silver, School of Computer Science

 

$24,000/yr for 5 years

Inductive transfer and machine Life-long Learning            

 

 

 

2008 Research Tools and Instruments Grants (2)

 

S Good-Avila, Department of Biology

 

$11,742 for 1 year 

 

Image analysis system for studying pollen-pistil interactions in flowering plants 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

K Hillier, Department of Biology 

 

$51,158 for 1 year 

 

Dual electrode neurophysiology rig 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2008 Discovery Grants (14)

 

S Barkanova, Department of Physics 

 

$15,000/yr for 2 years 

 

Precision computations for standard model and beyond 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S Good-Avila, Department of Biology 

 

$36,180/yr for 5 years 

 

Causes and consequences of the grain and loss of self-incompatibility in flowering plants 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R Haynes, Department of Mathematics & Statistics  

 

$15,000/yr for 5 years

 

Implementation and analysis of adaptive algorithms for the numerical solution of partial differential equations 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

K Hillier, Department of Biology 

 

$23,750/yr for 5 years 

 

Comparative physiology and morphology of the moth olfactory pathway 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R Newman, Department of Psychology 

 

$15,000/yr for 5 years

 

The time course of phonological processing in skilled reading 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N O'Driscoll, Department of Earth & Environmental Science 

 

$24,000/yr for 5 years

 

The effects of solar radiation and dissolved organic matter on contaminant fate in freshwater ecosystems 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J Peng, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 

 

$14,000/yr for 5 years 

 

Order restricted statistical inference and its applications 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P Ranjan, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 

 

$12,000/yr for 5 years 

 

Design and analysis of computer experiments and multi-stage factorial experiments 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E Reekie, Department of Biology 

 

$36,180/yr for 5 years 

 

Predicting plant response to rising atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C Stanley, Department of Earth & Environmental Science 

 

$26,000/yr for 5 years

 

Lithogeochemistry of material transfer processes important to Canadian resource industries 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D Stewart, Department of Biology  

 

$27,580/yr for 5 years 

 

Molecular evolutionary genetics of bivalve mitochondrial DNA 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Tong, Department of Chemistry 

 

$24,400/yr for 3 years 

 

Cavity enhanced fibre optic sensors 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

V Zamlynny, Department of Chemistry 

 

$28,000/yr for 2 years

 

Investigation of interaction of organic films with metal surfaces 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y Zhang, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 

 

$14,000/yr for 5 years

 

Time series analysis and its applications 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2007 Research Tools and Instruments Grants (5)

H Chipman, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 

 

$50,638 for 1 year

Computing equipment for mathematical and statistical modelling

 

 

 

 

 

S Hussain, Jodrey School of Computer Science

 

$22,059 for 1 year

Sensor networks equipment to validate energy efficient routing and data dissemination techniques

 

 

 

 

 

S McFarland, Department of Chemistry

 

$148,500 for 1 year

An absorption-emission system for the evaluation of DNA photocleaving agents

 

 

 

 

 

P Pufahl, Department of Geology

 

$42,177 for 1 year

Request for a cold cathode optical microscope cathodoluminescence system at Acadia University

 

 

 

 

 

J Rand, School of Engineering

 

$42,660 for 1 year

Annular Reactors and UV Collimated Beam Apparatus for Research of Integrated Disinfection of Drinking Water

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2007 Discovery Grants (12)

E Curry, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 

 

$10,000/yr for 5 years

Multivariable wavelets and digital number systems 

 

 

 

 

 

J Diamond, Jodrey School of Computer Science

 

$10,000/yr for 2 years

Lossless compression of audio data

 

 

 

 

 

R Gossage, Department of Chemistry

 

$28,000/yr for 5 years

The coordination chemistry of oxazolines and oxazoles 

 

 

 

 

 

W Lu, Department of Mathematics & Statistics

 

$14,000/yr for 3 years

Orthogonal array construction and confidentiality in both survey and data-mining contexts

 

 

 

 

 

S McFarland, Department of Chemistry

 

$24,850/yr for 3 years

Design and study of artificial nucleases for DNA photocleavage

 

 

 

 

 

P Pufahl, Department of Geology

 

$18,990/yr for 5 years

Chemical sedimentology of paleoproterozoic phosphorite and iron formation

 

 

 

 

 

J Rand, School of Engineering

 

$18,000/yr for 5 years

Integrated disinfection strategies for treatment of drinking water

 

 

 

 

 

M Robertson, Department of Physics

 

$22,530/yr for 5 years

Physical, optical and electronic properties of semiconductor nanostructures

 

 

 

 

 

J Roscoe, Department of Chemistry

 

$20,430/yr for 5 years

Kinetics of Gas Phase Reactions of Atoms and Radicals

 

 

 

 

 

P Taylor, Department of Biology

 

$25,600/yr for 5 years

Migration ecology

 

 

 

 

 

H Teismann, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 

 

$14,000/yr for 5 years

Controllability of schrödinger equations 

 

 

 

 

 

B Wilson, Department of Biology

 

$17,568 for 1 year

Role of relaxin peptides in teleost reproduction 

 

 

 

 

 

2006 Research Tools and Instruments Grants (3)

 

R Evans, Department of Biology

 

$17,192 for 1 year

 

Vacuum Hybridization Oven and Paraffin Embedding Centre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Jha, Department of Chemistry

 

$110,920 for 1 year

 

High Performance Liquid Chromatography Instrument

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M Lukeman, Department of Chemistry

 

$61,488 for 1 year

 

Laser flash photolysis system for the study of critical reactive intermediates from new photocaging chromophores,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2006 Discovery Grants (10)

 

S Barr, Department of Geology

 

$50,200/yr for 5 years

 

Terrane provenance and evolution in the northern Appalachian orogen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D Benoit, School of Computer Science

 

$11,500/yr for 3 years

 

Autonomic Database Management Systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P Cabilio, Department of Mathematics & Statistics

 

$12,000/yr for 5 years

 

Inference for Ranking Data

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R Evans, Department of Biology

 

$25,800/yr for 5 years

 

Rosaceae and Vaccinium Floral Evolution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S Hussain, School of Computer Science

 

$15,000/yr for 3 years

 

Middleware for Wireless Sensor Networks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M Lukeman, Department of Chemistry

 

$37,000/yr for 3 years

 

Design and synthesis of new photocaging chromophores and photochemical carbanion progenitors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

F Mendivil, Department of Mathematics & Statistics

 

$11,000/yr for 5 years

 

Fractal Analysis, Mathematical Imaging and Stochastic Methods in Optimization

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J Murimboh, Department of Chemistry

 

$22,100/yr for 3 years

 

Novel in situ sampling devices for monitoring trace metals in natural waters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Trudel, School of Computer Science

 

$15,000/yr for 5 years

 

Temporal Knowledge Formalization and Reasoning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

V Zamlynny, Department of Chemistry

 

$36,300/yr for 2 years

 

Investigation of Ultrathin Organic Films on Metal Surfaces Using Electrochemical and Polarization Modulation Infrared Spectroscopic Techniques

 

 

 

 

 

 

2005 Research Tools and Instruments Grants (1)

 

S Barr, Department of Geology

 

$14,000 for 1 year

 

Rock Sample Crusher

 

 

 

 

 

 

2005 Discovery Grants (9)

 

S Roscoe, Department of Chemistry

 

$53,000/yr for 5 years

 

Interfacial Behaviour of Proteins, Lipids and Carbohydrates Important to Food Processing: A Potential Controlled Approach

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P Williams, Department of Physics

 

$10,000/yr for 5 years

 

Structural and Electrical Properties of Organic Monolayers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D Shutler, Department of Biology

 

$14,000/yr for 5 years 

 

Avian reproductive ecology in relation to parasites

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y Zhang, Department of Math and Stats

 

$12,000/yr for 3 years

 

Time Series Analysis and Computing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S Barkanova, Department of Physics 

 

1st yr @$14,000, next 2 yrs @$20,000

 

Weak Interactions and Neutrino Physics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M Domaratzki, School of Computer Science

 

$21,000/yr for 3 years

 

Semantic Language Operations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R Haynes, Department of Math & Stats

 

$13,000/yr for 3 years

 

Multirate Implementations of 2D moving mesh methods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Jha, Department of Chemistry 

 

$20,000/yr for 5 years

 

Probing Estrogen Receptors with Small Molecules

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T Muldner, School of Computer Science

 

$15,000/yr for 5 years

 

XML-based Globalization Framework

 

 

2004 Discovery Grants (11)

 

G Gibson, Department of Biology

 

$25,100/yr for 5 years

 

Origin and Persistence of Diversity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T Smith, Department of Biology

 

$22,200/yr for 5 years

 

 

 

 

 

R Mihailescu, Department Chemistry

 

$37,000/yr for 3 years

 

Structural and Functional Studies of RNA-protein Complexes by Fluorescence and NMR Spectroscopy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D Benoit, School of Computer Science

 

$12,000/yr for 2 years

 

Automating Database Resource Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J Diamond, School of Computer Science

 

$10,000/yr for 3 years

 

Lossless Compression of Acoustic Data

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D Silver, School of Computer Science

 

$14,000/yr for 5 years

 

Life-long Machine Learning: Consolidation and Selective Transfer of Task Knowledge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J Roff, Department of Environmental Science

 

$32,000/yr for 5 years

 

Pelagic Production Processes - Implications for Marine Conservation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I Spooner, Department of Geology

 

$13,700/yr for 5 years

 

High Resolution Multi-proxy Records of Holocene Climate Change from Northern B.C. and Atlantic Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P Stephenson, Department of Mathematics & Statistics 

 

$12,785/yr for 3 years

 

Applications of Dominance Orders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C Bennett, Department of Physics

 

$16,000/yr for 5 years

 

Structural Phase Transitions in Metals and Alloys

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R Mehta, Department of Psychology

 

$16,000/yr for 5 years

 

Human Associative Learning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SSHRC Research Grant Recipients

2016 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (1)

       
 

C. Bonner, Department of Sociology

 

$22,017.00 for 1 year

 

To do our share: the African Canadian experience in WWI

   
       
 

 N. Nolette, Department of Languages and Literatures

 

$58,066 over 2 years

 

Traduire (à) Toronto

   
       

2015 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (1)

 

 

D. Symons, Department of Psychology

 

$107,660 over 4 years

 

Parenting and relationship development in families with maltreatment histories: an attachment theory approach to positive change

   
 

 

   

2014 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (1)

 
       
 

A. Cohen, Department of Earth and Environmental Science

 

  $29,986 over 2 years

 

Managing Uncertainty: The Role of Ecosystem Governance in Southern NWT

   
       

2013 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (3)

 

J. Best, Department of Languages and Literatures

 

 $83,952 over 4 years

 

Secrets and scandals: Political Censorship of Vaudeville Theatre in 19th century France

   
 

 

   
 

M. Corbett, School of Education

 

$233,785 over 4 years

 

Small schools in a big world: toward policy that works

   
 

 

   
 

M. Leiter, Department of Psychology

 

$298,838 over 5 years

 

Workplace Civility, Psychological Safety, and Job Burnout:
A Research Program with Small-Scale
Interventions

   
       

2012 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (1)

 

 

M. Horgan, Department of Sociology 

 

 $28,463 for 1 year

 

Rude strangers and social solidarity: research incivility in everyday life

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (2)

 

 

 

 

 

D. Reid, School of Education

 

$195,360 over 3 years

 

Observing teachers: mathematics pedagogy in regions of Canada

   
 

 

   
 

Y. Wang, School of Business

 

$24,028 for 1 year

 

Building digital skills for tomorrow:  The development o findividual virtual competence and its impact on knowledge sharing effectiveness

   
 

 

   

2010 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (1)

 

 

 

 

 

M Leiter, Department of Psychology

 

$109,738 over 3 years

 

The Role of Colleagues in Psychological Connections with Work

 

 

 

 

   

2009 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (1)

 

 

 

 

 

R Cunningham, Department of English & Theatre

 

$75,730 over 3 years

 

Developing Digital Literacy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2008 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (2)

 

 

 

 

 

M Corbett, School of Education

 

$143,105 over 3 years

 

A lens on community: Video ensemble process in a rural school [

 

 

 

L McWilliams, Department of Psychology  

 

$85,523 over 3 years

 

Applying attachment theory to pain support preferences and communication 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2007 SSHRC Research Grant Recipients (3)

 

 

 

 

 

J Janmaat, Department of Economics

 

$55,000 over 3 years

 

 

 

 

 

Think Globally, Act Locally? An Examination of Persuasion Campaigns and Environmental Behaviour Towards Water

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C Knipping, School of Education

 

$83,207 over 3 years

 

The emergence of disparity in mathematics performance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M Leiter, Department of Psychology

 

$136,450 over 3 years

 

Burnout, work engagement, and goals: implications for knowledge transfer and use

 

 

 

 

 

 

2006 SSHRC Standard Research Grants (5)

 

 

 

 

 

L Elshof, School of Education

 

$67,315 over 3 years

 

Sustainable Practices and Technology Education 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Franceschet, Department of Political Science

 

$47,102 over 3 years

 

Cosmopolitanism and the Politics of Global Legalism

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J Marontate, Department of Sociology

 

$49,988 for 1 year

 

Digital Technologies and Musical Diversity: New Entrepreneurial Models

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C Shields, School of Recreation Management & Kinesiology

 

$75,698 over 3 years

 

Using proxy-participant interaction to promote independent exercise among older adults

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H Wyile, Department of English

 

$53,125 over 3 years

 

Adjusting the Margin: Writing, Culture, and Globalization in Contemporary Atlantic Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2005 SSHRC Standard Research Grants (4)

 

 

 

 

 

J Best, Department of Languages & Literatures

 

$76,752 over 3 years 

 

Rebuilding Paris after 1870: Public Space, History and Forgetting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S Franceschet, Department of Political Science

 

$61,616 over 3 years

 

Gendered Mandates? The Impact of Women in Politics in Latin America

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Quéma, Department of English

 

$41,398 over 3 years

 

Family Discourse in English Family Law and Contemporary Gothic Fiction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Vibert, School of Education

 

$199,342 over 3 years

 

Pedagogies at Risk: Just Schooling and Accountability Discourses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2004 SSHRC Standard Research Grants (4)

 

 

 

 

 

D Reid, School of Education

 

$38,760 over 3 years

 

Students Reasoning in Dynamic Geometry Environments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M Corbett, School of Education

 

$69,768 over 3 years

 

Where I Belong: Schooling and Socio-spatial Identity in a Coastal Community

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M Leiter, Department of Psychology

 

$106,000 over 3 years

 

Management Interventions to Build Engagement with Work

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

G Callon, School of Music

 

$51,829 over 3 years

 

John Wilson, Complete Works and John Jenkins, Collected Vocal Music

 

 

 

 

 

 

CIHR Funded Projects

2011 CIHR Funded Projects

   
M. Leiter (PHSI)   $ 258,438 for 2 years
Managing the social environment: What matters for first line managers    
     

2009 CIHR Funded Projects

   
M. Leiter, Knowledge Translation Supplement   $39,923 for 1 year
Enhancing the quality of worklife - Final Conference    
     

2008 CIHR Funded Projects

   

 M. Leiter, Meetings Planning & Disemination (PHSI)

 

$10,998 for 1 year

Quality of Continuing Care Worklife in Transition:  Building a diverse research team    
     

2007 CIHR Funded Projects

   

M. Leiter (PHSI)

 

$192,182 for 2 years

 Enhancing the quality of workplce communities: Assessing predictors and testing interventions    

2005 CIHR Funded Projects

   

S Johnson (Public Engagement Pilot)

 

$9,192 for 1 year