Research & Innovation at Glendon Snapshot of 2016

Research and Innovation at Glendon Snapshot of 2016 (PDF)

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Glendon researchers Guy Proulx and Kristoffer Romero receive funding from The Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI)

Dr. Guy Proulx, principal investigator, and Dr. Kristoffer Romero, co-primary investigator, receive funding to develop The North-South Brain Health Educational Course Initiative. Read more here. 

Professor Willem Maas receives grant to study Canadian citizenship and nationality laws and policies

Professor Willem Maas has been awarded an Insight Grant by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to pursue his research project, “A Political History of Canadian Citizenship and Nationality Law and Policy.” Read the full story

Internationally recognized vision researcher joins Glendon Psychology Department

Glendon College is pleased to welcome world-renowned vision scientist, Dr. Patrick Cavanagh, to our campus as Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Psychology. Read more here.

Glendon announces the recipients of the 2017 Principal’s Research Excellence Awards

Professor Valérie Schoof from Glendon’s new Biology program has received the award in the early-career category and French Studies Professor Swann Paradis has been selected in the established scholar category. Read more »

Glendon’s Professor Anne Russon honoured with the 2017 President’s Research Excellence Award

Professor Anne Russon, from Glendon’s Department of Psychology was presented with the award on April 4 at the York Research Leaders’ Gala, a star-studded annual event in the research community. Read more »

Glendon’s Professor Andrew Dawson awarded Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Grant

The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation will fund Andrew Dawson’s project, which compares historical homicide rate trajectories in Canada and the United States. Read the full story »

Glendon Biology professor publishes new book on non-native species

Professor Radu Guiasu’s book entitled Non-native species and their role in the environment: The need for a broader perspective challenges the prevailing negative attitudes against such species. Read more »

Colin Coates Glendon professor adds two collections to the growing literature on environmental history

Within the space of five months, Canadian Studies Professor Colin Coates published two works on this burgeoning field in Canada. Read more »

1-Swann ParadisFrench studies professor awarded Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) grant

Professor Swann Paradis’ research combines literature, science, and history in one of the largest studies focusing specifically on French and Dutch rivalries in scientific and historical advances. Learn more »

Valerie ShoofPrimatologist Valerie Schoof awarded NSERC grant for research on vervet monkeys

Funding to build a long-term study of how the environment influence hormones and behaviour. Learn more about her research »


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