SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH
2014 Canadian Labour Congress. $10,000. Invited research position. Sustaining the Labour College of Canada.
2013 International Development Research Centre (IDRC). $436,000 (Administered through CCA; multiple collaborators & researchers). Examining Success Factors for Sustainable Rural Development through the Integrated Co-operative Model.
2012 Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre New Scholar Award. $10,000 Who Benefits: Residential School Compensation, Aboriginal Women and Healing.
2012 United Association of Labor Educators Research Award. $4000. Sustaining Transformation: Building on the Success of the Prairie School for Union Women.
2012 SSHRC Insight Development Grant. $74,375. Intergenerational learning in Indigenous Textile Communities of Practice. Research sites: Chile and Canada. Includes data collection and analysis, conference presentations, hiring and mentoring student research assistants and community collaborators. In 2014, this research resulted in an exhibition at a public art gallery and articles published in PA Herald, PANow,Research Update (UR) and Faculty of Education newsletter.
2012 Distance and Distributed Learning Committee (DDLC). $4,000 TEL funding. Development of an online course: EAHR 214 –Facilitating of Adult Learning.
2011 SSHRC General Research Grant and President’s Fund. $4,000. Building Collaborations Toward an Exploration of Learning in Ethnic Communities of Practice.
2011 Saskatchewan Instructional Development & Research Unit (SIDRU) Community- based Research Award. $5,000.Innovations, Opportunities and Challenges in the Story of Prairie School for Union Women.
2011 SSHRC Cohort Development Grant. $1,000. Intergenerational Learning and Identity Construction in Marginalized Communities of Practice.
2010 President’s Teaching and Learning Scholar Award. $2,500. Knowledge-Sharing for Improved Pedagogical Practices in Global Citizenship.