The Office of Research & Innovation is pleased to announce this year’s successful Collaborative Applied Research Fund and Teaching and Learning Research Fund applicants.
The successful applicants are:
- Celina Da Silva, A Feasibility Study of a Kolb-Influence, High-fidelity Simulation Intervention Implemented to Improve Nursing Students’ Use of a Conflict Resolution Skill - Teaching and Learning
- Anne-Marie Stoneburgh, IPods, Music, and Dementia...It's personal - Applied Research and Innovation
- Lizelle Tucci, Interprofessional Education and Mobile Learning - Teaching and Learning
- Paul McClure and Shona Kearney, Treata Wearable Technology Bracelet Design - Applied Research and Innovation
- Carmela Miliucci and Linda McKay, Point of Use Water Quality Check Kit for Dental Water Lines - Applied Research and Innovation
- Diana Facchini, Evaluation of Alternate Uses for Spent Glass Bead Shot - Applied Research and Innovation
- Deepak Naik and Diana Facchini, Evaluation of PMMA Waste as Reinforcement for Virgin Material in the Production of Dentures - Applied Research and Innovation
- Jorge Olenewa, Development and Certification of tablet computer-based network simulator version, Packet Tracer, for use by Cisco Networking Academy students worldwide - Applied Research and Innovation
Congratulations to all those who received funding!
Applied Research Funding (formerly SEED Funding)
Brown Collaborative Applied Research Fund (previously SEED Funding) was created
to support staff and faculty research involving external partners (industry or
community) and provide learning opportunities for student researchers. Funding
is available to support the projects for a period of 14 months, and all
projects must align with one or more of the College’s strategic priorities. The
deadline for application is October 7th and decisions will be announced October
25th. Please contact Lindsay Engel at ext. 5589 or
The George Brown Teaching and Learning Research Fund (previously SEED Funding),
funds projects that test new teaching methods or processes of teaching and/or
learning. The methods must be scalable or replicable. Learning’s from the
research projects should be something that faculty across the college can use
to enhance their teaching. Funding is available to support the projects for a
period of 14 months, and all projects must align with one or more of the
College’s strategic priorities. The deadline for application is October
decisions will be announced October 25th.
Please contact Loc Nguyen at ext. 3054 or at email@example.com.
George Brown College research is eligible for a range of funding programs from provincial and federal agencies and other sources. Follow these links to agency sites listing funding opportunities. Once you locate an appropriate funding source, please contact our office so that we can support your proposal.
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