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Congratulations to all FASS recipients of 2022 SSHRC Insight Development Grant
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) is pleased to congratulate all the researchers from across our Faculty who successfully received Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Development Grants for their projects.
The SSHRC Insight Development Grants support research in its initial stages. The grants enable the development of new research questions, as well as experimentation with new methods, theoretical approaches and/or ideas.
FASS researchers receiving grants for their projects are:
- Alexandra Lysova, School of Criminology
"Explaining a 20-year decline in intimate partner violence victimization in Canada"
- Andrew Cheng, Department of Linguistics
"Exploring Ethnicity and Culture in the Infant-Directed Speech of Canadian Parents"
- Ashley Farris-Trimble, Department of Linguistics
"Phonological typology, s-clusters, and linguistic universals"
- Cristina Moretti, Department of Sociology and Anthropology
"Working with paper: documents, files, and archives in resource teachers' everyday practices"
- Dongwoo Kim, Department of Economics
" Identification and estimation of the generalized 2-part models with endogeneity"
- Fernando Aragon Sanchez, Department of Economics
"Barriers to mobility and misallocation: the case of Canada's First Nations"
- Minjie Deng, Department of Economics
"Do trade barriers increase government borrowing costs?"
- Pierre Mouganie, Department of Economics
"Intergroup Contact and National Integration in a Divided Society"
- Sophie Borwein, School of Public Policy
"Women and the Politics of Technological Change in the Workplace"