Research Grants

Applied Health Sciences - Interim Dean




Research Grants

  • International Olympic Committee - Advanced Olympic Research Grant Programme, 2015/16. Grant Title: Impact of the Hoodlinks Program to develop life skills and prevent youth violence in Guatemala. Investigators: Mandigo, J., Corlett, J., Holt, N., Higgs, C., Van Ingen, C., MacDonald, D., & Geisler, G.
  • Social Science and Humanities Research Council 2010. Grant Title: Preventing youth violence in El Salvador:  the role of new graduate teachers of innovative physical education. Investigators: Mandigo, J., Corlett, J., Lodewyk, K., Garcia, E., & Sheppard, J. 
  • Ontario Ministry of Education, (2011). Physical acrtivity and healthy eating research project. Investigators: Nancy Francis & James Mandigo
  • Physical and Health Education (2009-2011) Fundamental Skills and Physical Literacy. Investigators: James Mandigo, Nancy Francis, Ken Lodewyk
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities Grant (2006). Funding to provide equipment for Brock Niagara Penguins Program.
  • Latin America and Caribbean Research Grant (2006). Healthy Schools, Healthy Futures in El Salvador. Investigators: Mandigo, J., Anderson, A., & Corlett, J.
  • Scotiabank El Salvador (2006). Project: Scotiabank Building Healthy Students. Investigators: Mandigo, J., Corlett, J., & Anderson, A.
  • Scotiabank International (2006). Project: Health Promoting Schools in the Caribbean
  • Communities in Action Fund (2006). Investigators: Francis, N., Lodewyk, K., & Mandigo, J. L. Coordinated Approach to Enhancing Physical Activity
  • Social Science and Humanities Research Council, 2005. Psychosocial Factors Influencing Children's Youth Sport Experiences. Investigators: Holt, N., Mandigo, J. L., & Fox, K
  • Social Science and Humanities Research Council (2003). Project Description: Investigating the impact of autonomy supportive game environments on the whole child. Investigators: Mandigo, J. L., Anderson, A., & Holt, N. L.
  • Canadian Foundation for Innovation (2002 ). Project Description: Utilizing Advanced Technology in Qualitative Fieldwork. Investigators: Forbes, S., Mandigo, J. L., & Sullivan, P. 
Portrait of James Mandigo
Dr. James Mandigo

Professor
Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
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