Workshop | Grant Development

Research Grant Project Management

October 29, 2018

FACILITATORS: Cecilia Kalaw, Research Grants Facilitator (Faculty of Health Sciences); Dr. Susan O'Neill, Associate Dean, Academic and Research (Faculty of Education); Cindy Xin, Director of Research (Faculty of Education)

This 2-hour workshop was for new or first-time grant holders. The session oriented researchers to common challenges and practices that help manage grant project in a timely and productive way to meet both project milestones and schedule, as well as manage the funding. It also focused on processes for hiring of research personnel, obtaining certifications, project management tools, and an overview of financial procedures commonly used by grant holders.

The workshop video will be ready next week.

How to Prepare a SSHRC Doctoral Award Application

September 25, 2018

Facilitators: Cecilia Kalaw, Research Grants Facilitator (Faculty of Health Sciences); Cindy Xin, Director of Research (Faculty of Education)

This 2-hour workshop was towards Faculty of Education graduate students interested in applying for a SSHRC Doctoral Award. The session oriented graduate students to competitive funding review processes, and to procedures and good practices for developing a strong award application.

Grant Development

June 18, 2018

Facilitators: Cecilia Kalaw, Research Grants Facilitator (Faculty of Health Sciences); Dr. Susan O'Neill, Associate Dean, Academic and Research (Faculty of Education); Cindy Xin, Director of Research (Faculty of Education)

Event | Surrey Scholarship Series

Mental Health Services Research: Working With/In Communities for Reconciliation–A Case of Rwanda

October 23, 2018

Speaker: Dr. Masahiro Minami, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education

Masahiro Minami describes Mental Health Services Research (MHSR) as an applied area; it doesn’t stay in the lab. His research in Mental Health Services area centrally involves his work within the community and research agenda/needs often generated/sourced “from the ground up”—from partnerships, in community, in relationships. Read more

On Critical Data Literacy And Student Engagement

September 19, 2018

Speaker: Dr. Engida Gebre, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education

At this session, Dr. Engida Gebre shared his story—his educational background, and a bit about his past and current research projects that focus on STEM education, learning contexts, data literacy and representation. Click here to read a few quotes, brief synopses of his ideas, and links you can use to learn more about Engida’s research.