Nine researchers in the Faculty of Public Affairs have been awarded SSHRC Insight Grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Their projects cover issues of sustainability, health, gender, finance, politics, the military and the law. In addition, two researchers received Partnership Development Grants and four FPA faculty members received Aid to Scholarly Journal Grants.

“This announcement underscores the strength of our research portfolio in the Faculty of Public Affairs,” said Dean Brenda O’Neill. “These researchers are addressing real-world issues and we are proud to have their accomplishments recognized at the national level.”

Susan Phillips received a Partnership Engagement Grant for the project Justice Philanthropy: An International Research-to-Practice Network

Graeme Auld received an Insight Grant for the project Political Economy of Private Auditors in Transnational Sustainability Governance

Read full list of recipients on FPA News…