Funded Research

Schissel, Bernard - School of Humanitarian Studies (2015)

Bernard Schissel and his collaborator Li Zong, have spent their professional lives studying the rights of children and immigration. Now, working together, with the help of funds provided by an Insight Grant, they wanted to understand how youth cope with the barriers they experience when they try to participate in...

Piggot-Irvine, Eileen - School of Leadership Studies (2014)

Commonwealth countries share a similar education system - one modeled on the British school system. As Commonwealth nations have obtained their independence, those systems have begun to diverge to better suit the needs of the population and the culture. Now, as one generation of educational leaders heads toward...

Meredith, Will A - (2014)

Transformations in scholarly publishing, especially around open access, have provided academics with more methods of knowledge dissemination.  Options for discovering existing literature have also expanded, from Google Scholar to discovery layers to institutional repositories, leaving researchers confused and...

Meredith, Will A - Library (2014)

Transformations in scholarly publishing, especially around open access, have provided academics with more methods of knowledge dissemination. Options for discovering existing literature have also expanded, from Google Scholar to discovery layers to institutional repositories, leaving researchers confused and...

Archer, Geoff R - School of Business (2014)

How can a small country help alleviate poverty and improve the lives of the population? How can people in rural areas get access to cutting-edge business education, so that they can start up and run a successful business? Geoffrey Archer thinks the answer is something called "microfranchising".

Where the...

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