December 10, 2018
Published Non-Refereed Articles
Arjalies, D-L., 2018, Why Impact Investing Matters: A Primer, Network for Business Sustainability.
Bansal, P., Smith, W., Vaara, E., 2018, From the Editors: New Ways of Seeing through Qualitative Research, Academy of Management Journal, 61 (4): 1189-1195.
Cipriano, L.E., 2018, Capsule Commentary on Murray et. al., Antihypertensive Medication and Dementia Risk in Older Adult African Americans with Hypertension: A Prospective Chort Study, Journal of General Internal Medicine, April, 33 (4): 496-496.
Hannouf, M.B., Zaric, G.S., Brackstone, M., 2018, Cost-effectiveness analysis of second-generation multi-gene expression prognostic assays compared with the standard 21-gene recurrence score assay to guide adjuvant therapy decisions in women with early stage breast cancer, Cancer Research, 78 (4).
Neufeld, D.J., Fang, Y., 2018, Nurturing virtual teams, Ivey Business Journal, September/October.
Sarta, A. (PhD Candidate), Vergne, J-P., Durand, R., 2018, Organizational Adaptation, Oxford Bibliographies in Management.
SSHRC Insight Development Grants - Webinar Added
Insight Development Grants support research in its initial stages. The grants enable the development of new research questions, as well as experimentation with new methods, theoretical approaches and/or ideas. Funding is provided for short-term research development projects, of up to two years, proposed by individuals or teams.
|Amount:||$7,000 to $75,000|
Ivey: January 8, 9am – submit draft for Ivey Review
|Information and Application|
|CCV Login and CCV Instructions|
|Workshop:||Thursday, December 13th
9-10am, SSC 5220 RSVP
|Webinar:||Insight Development Grants Webinar, held by SSHRC
Tuesday, December 18th
Western Internal SSHRC Explore and Exchange Grants
Research Western is pleased to announce the SSHRC Explore and Exchange Grant program is now open for applications. Faculty who conduct research or engage in knowledge mobilization activities in the Social Sciences and Humanities disciplines are encouraged to apply.
This funding opportunity is supported by SSHRC through its Institutional Grants (SIG) program and is administered by Research Western. Through the SIG program, SSHRC provides annual block grants to help eligible Canadian postsecondary institutions fund, through their own merit review processes, small-scale research and research-related activities by their faculty and students in the social sciences and humanities. SIG funds are intended to help Canadian postsecondary institutions strengthen research excellence in the social sciences and humanities. In alignment with SSHRC's Indigenous Research Statement of Principles, this opportunity welcomes applications involving Indigenous research.
SSHRC Explore Grants
- support social sciences and humanities researchers with modest research funding requirements at any stage of career;
- allow for small-scale innovation and experimentation by providing funding to develop a research project or conduct pilot work; and
- enable researchers to hire students at any level to participate in their research projects, thereby contributing to their professional development.
- The maximum funding per grant is $7,000.
SSHRC Exchange Grants
- support the organization of small-scale knowledge mobilization activities, such as workshops and seminars, to encourage collaboration and the dissemination of research results both within and beyond the academic community; and
- allow researchers to attend or present their research at scholarly conferences and other dissemination venues that align with SSHRC’s mandate to advance their careers and encourage the exchange of ideas and research results at the national and international level.
- The maximum funding per grant is $5,000.
Ivey: January 15, 2019 (for Ivey review)
|Contact:||Elizabeth Russell-Minda, ext. 88701|
|Information and Applications|