Researchers at Carleton University have received funding of more than $3.7M from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) through the Insight Grants program, Partnership Development Grants program and Aid to Scholarly Journals program. Awarded to 23 researchers, the grants will help advance discoveries and knowledge in diverse areas such as health and wellness, the new economy and social innovation, among others.

Insight Grants

The Insight program aims to support and foster excellence in social sciences and humanities research intended to deepen, widen and increase our collective understanding of individuals and societies, as well as to inform the search for solutions to societal challenges. This round includes funding for 14 Carleton University researchers:

In the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences:

In the Faculty of Public Affairs:

In the Sprott School of Business

Partnership Development Grants

Partnership Development Grants support formal partnerships between academic researchers, businesses and other partners that will advance knowledge and understanding on critical issues of intellectual, social, economic and cultural significance. The grants allow partners to design and test new approaches to research and its real-world applications, foster valuable research relationships and networks across sectors, and provide hands-on training for students and new scholars.

Awarded this round were:

Aid to Scholarly Journals Grants

Aid to Scholarly Journals grants support Canadian scholarly dissemination by offering a contribution to enable journals to explore innovative activities as well as to help them to defray the costs associated with publishing scholarly articles, digital publishing and journal distribution on Canadian not-for-profit platforms.

Funding was received this round by:

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