Congratulations to 2013 SSHRC award recipients

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Congratulations to 2013 SSHRC award recipients

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Awards

Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarships — Master’s

Jenna Armiento, Psychology
“A comparison of Caucasian and Chinese students — perceived sources of parental knowledge”

Katie Atkins, Child and Youth Studies
“Using music to support the literacy needs of children with learning disabilities”

Stephanie Bergman, Classics
“Music in theatre: A study of musical elements of ancient Greek drama”

Laura Broley, Mathematics
“So many potentials, so little practice: Investigating the gap between programming use in research and its integration in post-secondary mathematics in teaching”

Kimberly Brooks, Applied Health Sciences
“Effects of the ‘balanced” approach to psychological need satisfaction on eudaimonic well-being in adulthood”

Holly Campbell, Sociology
“Exploring potential strategies by which lesbian and trans survivors of violence seek healing and empowerment”

Erica Charles, Dramatic Arts
“The voice in phenomenology and semiotic theory”

Miranda Cloudt, Applied Health Sciences
“Testing the application of social self-preservation theory to the study of body image: The impact of the presence of others”

Ashley Dunseith, Child and Youth Studies
“Tribes learning community: A teacher’s experience”

Jennifer Elgie, Women's Studies
“The effects of poverty and systemic racism on interpersonal violence and aboriginal women”

Nicole Franklin, Child and Youth Studies
“Parent component for the Reading Rocks Junior program”

Andrew Fulham, Classics
“Rome’s use of demarcation lines in the Republican Period”

Tina Hardman, Psychology
“Thriving in the face of challenging times”

Jesse Johnston, Classics
“The rape narratives and portrayal of subversive women in Ovid’s Fasti”

Taysa-Rhea Mise, Psychology
“Motivational orientation and goal tendencies: Impact on subjective well-being”

Sabrina Parrotta, Political Science
“Applying theoretical frameworks to investigate policy issues”

Alex Robart, Philosophy
“The Ethics of Intersubjectivity”

Lisa Marie Schofield, Child and Youth Studies
“Evaluation of a literacy intervention program aimed at vulnerable children in the Niagara region”

Sarah Schumann Johns, Education
“Gathering family perspectives about the educational experiences of students with autism spectrum disorder”

Samantha Sendzik, Mathematics/Education
“Using therapy dogs to support children with learning disabilities”

Elizabeth Smith, Sociology
“Animal welfarists versus animal abolitionists — where do we go from here? A case study of Marineland”

Ryan Stafford, English Language & Literature
“Classical allusion as philosophical dialogue in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway”

Kimberley Tsujimoto, Child and Youth/Education
“Motivational profiles of adults who struggle with reading: Examining the relationship between attributions and achievement in adult literacy learners”

Sydney Tyber, English/Education
“Toward on affective understanding of women’s performance writing”

Sarah Zanette, Psychology
“The effect of intergroup versus ingroup cooperation in video games on social attitudes”
 

 

SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarships — Doctoral

Lindsay Cline, Applied Health Sciences
“The relationship between appearance commentary, positive body image and social behaviour”

Shawn Geniole, Psychology
“Cost-benefit analysis and self-control as predictors of behavioural aggression”

Eric Schmaltz, English
“The language revolution: Concrete poetry in English-Canada, 1963-1983”

SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships

Jennifer Brant, Educational Studies
“Cultural identity formation and holistic support for learners: An evaluation of the Gidayaamin Aboriginal Women’s Certificate Program at Brock University”

Jennifer Gilchrist, Applied Health Sciences
“The role of motivation in the pride — self-esteem relationship”

Sierra Holtzheuser, Child and Youth Studies
“Bridging emergent literacy and self-regulated learning to support young
vulnerable readers”

Sean Morton, Interdisciplinary Humanities
“Empire, identity and politics: Information and culture in early modern British Atlantic World”