SJRI researchers receive internal grants | Brock News

Congratulations to SJRI affiliated faculty member, Darlene Ciuffetelli Parker, who was recently awarded an internal “BSIG seed grant” for the project entitled: “Narrative inquiry teacher education discourse community: preparing future teachers as curriculum makers”.

The Brock SSHRC Institutional Grant (BSIG) provides seed money for research-related activities with the aim of applying for further funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).

“These awards at Brock recognize, encourage and support research leadership,” says Gary Libben, vice-president research. “We are proud of the work that our researchers are doing and their commitment to research excellence.”

The Brock University Advancement Fund (BUAF) provides seed funding for small-scale research or pilot projects that will be developed into mature research proposal submissions for external funding agencies in any discipline.

Under the BSIG category, other SJRI affiliated faculty received funding for: organizing a conference to be held at Brock (Stefan Dolgert); scholarly book (Ana Isla); and presenting a paper at an international scholarly conference (June Corman).

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