Grants and Projects

We are passionate about our work and believe in the many ways we collaborate locally, nationally and internationally to improve the human condition through education.

Project ResearchersFunder
Videos on Graduate Dissertation/Research WritingDr. Cecile BadenhorstMemorial School of Graduate Studies Graduate Student Services Fee 2018
Straight Talk about Autism Spectrum DisorderDr. Kimberly MaichMemorial University Conference Grant 2019 and the JR Smallwood Conference Grant
Canadian School Principals’ Support of Students with Special Education Needs:
An examination of critical incidents as a form of professional learning
Dr. Kimberly Maich, Co-Investigator with Dr. Steve SiderSSHRC Insight Grant 2019-2024
Fostering Equitable Education Systems for those with Disabilities: A Canada-Ghana Partnership for addressing Indicators of Inclusive Education and
Building Training Networks
Dr. Kimberly Maich, Collaborator with Dr. Steve SiderSSHRC Partnership Development Grant 2019-2023
ASD Specific Housing SupportsDrs. Kimberly Maich (PI) and Sharon Penney (PI)Mitacs Accelerate Grant 2018
Exloring the pre-emptive nature of early childhood education on the demand for special education/mental health services in schoolsDrs. David Philpott (PI), Kimberly Maich (Co-Applicant) Sharon Penney (Co-Applicant) and Gabrielle Young (Co-Applicant)Mary & Wallace McCain Family Foundation 2018
Increasing Community participation through the use of technology and specialized appsDr. Kimberly Maich (PI) with Community Living HaldimandTrillium Grow Grant 2018-2019
The Hearthstone Studio: Public Art Hive as Space for Learning, Creativity, Exchange, and WellnessDrs. Leah Lewis (PI), Heather McLeod (Co-Applicant) and Xuemei Li (Co-Applicant)SSHRC Insight Development 2018
Building Professional Capacity around Autism Spectrum Disorder in New Brunswick's Schools: An Evaluation of the "ASD and Behavioural Interventions" Online Training ProgramDr. Kimberly MaichMUN SSHRC VP Grant
Education Faculty Writing GroupAll facultyFaculty of Education
Relationships First - Restorative Justice in Education ConsortiumDr. Dorothy VaanderingFaculty of Education, VP Research at Memorial
Understanding young children's career development as a developmental/relational process: engaging parents, schools, and communityDr. Mildred Cahill (Principal Investigator)Edith Furey (Co-Investigator)Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling -  Academic and Practical Research Project Agreement
Refugee student integration: Building welcoming communities and schools for a sustainable future (subgrant)Dr.Xuemei Li (Principal Investigator) Dr. Thomas Ricento (Co-Investigator) Dr. Janice Stewart (Co-Principal Investigator)Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada - Partnership-Development
Developing a pedagogy of social justice in the classroom through postcolonial literature (subgrant)Dr. Anne Burke (Principal Investigator) and Ingrid Johnston (Co-Principal Investigator)Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada - Insight Grant
Bridging two worlds: culturally responsive career development programs and services to meet the needs of newcomer and refugee children in Canada.Dr. Xuemei Li (Principal Investigator) Dr. Keith Power (Co-Investigator)
Dr. Hua Que (Co-Investigator)
Mitacs - Accelerate
Urban aboriginal knowledge network (subgrant)Dr. Sylvia Diane Moore (Principal Investigator)Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Partnership-Development
Learning outcomes in transfer – publication projectDr. Christine Arnold (Principal Investigator)Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer
Restorative justice in education: beyond practice to a critical praxisDr. Dorothy Vaandering (Principal Investigator)
Dr. Brenda Morrison (Co-Investigator)
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Connection Grant - Individual
Culture and assessment for learning: Nunavut assessment frameworkDr. Jennifer Anderson Memorial University - Seed, Bridge and Multidisciplinary Fund


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