FIMS professors among SSHRC recipients

Professors Grant Campbell, Amanda Grzyb, and Romayne Smith Fullerton were among the Canadian researchers named as recipients of 2016 SSHRC Grants.

The funded projects include:

Grant Campbell: Information Paradigms in Social Interactions with Cognitively-Impared Individuals

Amanda Grzyb: "Surviving Memory" in Post-Civil War El Salvador: A Pilot Study

Romayne Smith Fullerton: Democracy defined or detonated

Romayne Smith Fullerton (co-applicant): The meaning of community-based wind energy: learning from success

SSHRC is the federal research funding agency that promotes and supports postsecondary-based research and training in the humanities and social sciences. It supports about 8,300 research projects annually. For more information, see the government press release, issued on September 9, 2016.