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The office of Research in Education is pleased to announce the faculty award winners in the Faculty of Education’s 2020-2021 internal research funding competitions! Jacqueline Farquhar Endowment for Children’s Mental Health Applicant: Dr. Anusha Kassan (ECPS) Arts-based educational resources to facilitate the school integration of newcomer youth $5,975 SSHRC Explore Grants Applicant: Dr. […]
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While ORE is proceeding with most of our internal funding competitions, the nature of the activities that the International Research Visiting Fellowships typically support (visits, lectures, lab work, etc.) compels us to postpone the competition, likely into the fall. A new deadline will be announced in the coming weeks. For more details, please visit our […]
The Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia would be pleased to receive nominations for International Research Visiting Fellowships (IRVFs) for the 2020-2021 academic year. For more information, please visit: https://ore.educ.ubc.ca/research/funding/
Dr. Bonny Norton (LLED) has been awarded the 2020 Ehor Boyanowsky Academic of the Year Award from the Confederation of University Faculty Associations of British Columbia (CUFA BC)
Dr. Mark Beauchamp (KIN) and his team have been awarded a $100,00 CIHR Project Grant for their project A group-based social connectedness intervention to support sustained physical activity adherence among older adults
Co-investigator Dr. Jillianne Code (EDCP), principal investigator Dr. Harriette Van Spall (McMaster), and their team have been awarded a $309,825 CIHR Project Grant for their project Virtual clinics to improve quality of care and outcomes in heart failure: A multi-centre randomized controlled trial
Principal investigators Dr. Jan Hare (LLED) and Dr. Yifeng Wei (Dalhousie), and their team have been awarded a $546,976 CIHR Project Grant for their project Developing, evaluating, disseminating and sustaining a school-based mental health literacy intervention for indigenous youth
Dr. William Pinar has been appointed as the Tetsuo Aoki Professor in Curriculum Studies, effective September 1, 2019, for a five-year term. Dr. Pinar is a Professor in the Department of Education & Pedagogy; his research interests include curriculum studies and theory.