Congratulations to our Faculty Associates who received Insight Development Grants (IDG) earlier this summer.
Nga Dao (Social Science) | Principal Investigator | Territory and Politics of Resources: Everyday Lives and Landscapes in the Northwest Vietnam
Ena Dua (Equity Studies) | Co-investigator | Disability Wikibase: Modelling and Implementing an Intelligent Bilingual Knowledge Network, through Mapping Disability Advocacy Data Needs Scaled to Local, National and International Policy Interventions
Sadia M. Malik (Economics) | Co-investigator | The Effect of Retirement on Physical and Mental Well-being of the Elderly Population in Canada
Shirin Shahrokni (Sociology) | Principal Investigator | Undelivered Promises of Immigration? Examining the Integration Pathways of Toronto’s University-Educated Immigrants from France through an Intersectional Approach
Thirty-seven researchers at York University were awarded more than $1.5 million in funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) in this round. The IDG program supports initial stages of research and enables the development of new research questions as well as experimentation with new methods, theoretical approaches or ideas.
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