Summer 2018 Funding Results

Thank you to everyone who applied for the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund.

We are pleased to announce the following projects will receive funding:

Receiving funding ($3000)

  1. Development of a novel protocol for an exosomes based liquid biopsy for breast cancer, Jessica Kalra
  2. Educational VR Platform, Jason Madar
  3. The Bregatorto Project, Jennifer Knapp

Receiving funding ($630)

  1. Schooner Cove: Monitoring and Modelling a Dynamic Coastal Sand Dune Ecosystem. Drew Egan

Receiving funding ($625)

  1. Open Textbooks and International Student Success: A Canadian Case Study, Julian Prior

Summer 2018 Internal Funding Call

Submissions are now being accepted for the Summer round of internal funding for the the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund (RSA Fund).

You may apply for funding if you are requesting support to hire students, purchase equipment, perform analysis, or conduct project-oriented research.

Complete the form: Application form – RSA Fund – Summer 2018

Applications are due by 12:00 p.m., on Monday, March 19th (at this time they will be reviewed by the Dean in your area) Please email scholarlyactivity@langara.ca  with any questions.

Please familiarize yourself with the following College policies:

Consult the Langara Research Ethics Board to ensure that ethical principles are applied if you intend to perform research involving human subjects.

Those who are new to the application process or who want to know more about the process and the qualities of a successful application are encouraged to consult the FAQ, or pose questions directly to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca.

The adjudication process may take up to four weeks.  Successful candidates will be notified soon after the process is complete.

Please complete the submission process by e-mailing your completed application form to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca by the deadline.

The RSA Fund supports various types of research and scholarly activity at Langara College. It recognizes the research and scholarship already being undertaken at the College, and provides further funding opportunities to promote and build institutional and faculty capacity. The fund is not a replacement for Education Leave funding.

The RSA Fund cannot support applications for retroactive funding.

For detailed information, consult the FAQ or email, scholarlyactivity@langara.ca

Spring 2018 Funding Results

Thank you to everyone who applied for the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund.

We are pleased to announce the following projects will receive funding:

Receiving funding ($3000)

  1. Developing a National Food Service Standard to Prevent Malnutrition in Hospital, Janice Sorensen (subject to REB Approval)
  2. The Bregatorto Project, Jennifer Knapp (subject to REB Approval)

Receiving funding ($1735)

3.  Student Nurse Knowledge, Awareness and Attitudes of Hepatitis C (HCV), Denise Thomas (subject to REB Approval)

Spring 2018 Internal Funding Call

Submissions are now being accepted for the Spring round of internal funding for the the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund (RSA Fund).

You may apply for funding if you are requesting support to hire students, purchase equipment, perform analysis, or conduct project-oriented research.

Complete the form: Application form – RSA Fund – Spring 2018

Applications are due by 12:00 p.m., on Wednesday, December 6. (*Deans need three business days to review applications prior to this deadline) Please email scholarlyactivity@langara.ca  with any questions.

Please familiarize yourself with the following College policies:

Consult the Langara Research Ethics Board to ensure that ethical principles are applied if you intend to perform research involving human subjects.

Those who are new to the application process or who want to know more about the process and the qualities of a successful application are encouraged to consult the FAQ, or pose questions directly to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca.

The adjudication process may take up to four weeks.  Successful candidates will be notified soon after the process is complete.

Please complete the submission process by e-mailing your completed application form to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca by the deadline.

The RSA Fund supports various types of research and scholarly activity at Langara College. It recognizes the research and scholarship already being undertaken at the College, and provides further funding opportunities to promote and build institutional and faculty capacity. The fund is not a replacement for Education Leave funding.

The RSA Fund cannot support applications for retroactive funding.

For detailed information, consult the FAQ or email, scholarlyactivity@langara.ca

Fall 2017 Funding Results

Thank you to everyone who applied for the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund.

We are pleased to announce the following projects will receive funding:

Receiving funding ($3000)

  • Mario Moniz de Sa, Biology  – Growing Tenibrio Molitor on a Waste Biomass to Produce High Protein Insect Flour
  • Kim Lam, Computing Science & Information Systems  – Development of a 3D Printable Animation Mannequin

Receiving funding ($2500)

  • Dale West, Library & Information Technology – MARC Coding for Library Technicians

 

Congratulations to the successful applicants!

RSAF Adjudication Committee:

Margaret Heldman, Dean of Science

Julie Longo, TCDC

Heather Workman, Co-op & Career Development

Margo Nelson, Social Service Worker & Health Sciences

Fall 2017 Internal Funding Call

Submissions are now being accepted for the Fall round of internal funding for the the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund (RSA Fund).

You may apply for funding if you are requesting support to hire students, purchase equipment, perform analysis, or conduct project-oriented research.

Download and complete the form with all the necessary application sections: Research and Scholarly Activity Fund Forms

Applications are due via email to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca by 12:00 p.m., on Monday, September 11. (*Deans need three business days to review applications prior to this deadline)

Please familiarize yourself with the following College policies:

Consult the Langara Research Ethics Board to ensure that ethical principles are applied if you intend to perform research involving human subjects.

Those who are new to the application process or who want to know more about the process and the qualities of a successful application are encouraged to consult the FAQ, or pose questions directly to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca.

The adjudication process may take up to four weeks.  Successful candidates will be notified soon after the process is complete.

Please complete the submission process by e-mailing your completed application form to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca by the deadline.

The RSA Fund supports various types of research and scholarly activity at Langara College. It recognizes the research and scholarship already being undertaken at the College, and provides further funding opportunities to promote and build institutional and faculty capacity. The fund is not a replacement for Education Leave funding.

The RSA Fund cannot support applications for retroactive funding.

For detailed information, consult the FAQ or email, scholarlyactivity@langara.ca

Summer 2017 Funding Results

Thank you to everyone who applied for the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund.

We are pleased to announce the following projects will receive funding:

Receiving funding ($3000)

  • Jessica Kalra, Biology/Health Sciences  – Project Title: Characterization of exosomes and exosomal circular RNA from Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma Carcinoma cell lines
  • Erin Skinner, Psychology  – Project Title: Attentional Biases in Test-Anxious Students (pending REB approval)
  • Todd Stuckless, Chemistry – Project Title: Electrochemical Treatment of Wastewater by Sulphate Oxidation
  • Morgan Yates, Nursing – Project Title: Scoping Review of the Barriers and Facilitators to Enabling Scholarly Activity within Canadian Schools of Nursing
  • Dave Anderson, Biology – Project Title: Optimizing compost processing by monitoring microbial community succession

Receiving funding ($2340)

  • Jason Madar, Computing Science & Information Systems (CSIS) – Project Title: VR Visualization of high-thruput screening data

Receiving funding (up to $3000)

  • Paulo Sgarbi, Chemistry – Project Title: Computational Chemistry for Undergraduates: Studying the Structure-Property Relationships of Conducting Polymers with Potential Application in Electronics (subject to a few conditions)

Congratulations to the successful applicants!

RSAF Adjudication Committee:

Margaret Heldman, Dean of Science

Wanda Pierson, Nursing

Margo Nelson, Social Service Worker & Health Sciences

Summer 2017 Internal Funding Call

Submissions are now being accepted for the spring round of internal funding for the the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund (RSA Fund).

You may apply for funding if you are requesting support to hire students, purchase equipment, perform analysis, or conduct project-oriented research.

Download and complete the form with all the necessary application sections: Research and Scholarly Activity Fund Forms

Applications are due via email to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca by 12:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 12. (*Deans need three business days to review applications prior to this deadline)

Please familiarize yourself with the following College policies:

Consult the Langara Research Ethics Board to ensure that ethical principles are applied if you intend to perform research involving human subjects.

Those who are new to the application process or who want to know more about the process and the qualities of a successful application are encouraged to consult the FAQ, or pose questions directly to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca.

The adjudication process may take up to four weeks.  Successful candidates will be notified soon after the process is complete.

Please complete the submission process by e-mailing your completed application form to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca by the deadline.

The RSA Fund supports various types of research and scholarly activity at Langara College. It recognizes the research and scholarship already being undertaken at the College, and provides further funding opportunities to promote and build institutional and faculty capacity. The fund is not a replacement for Education Leave funding.

The RSA Fund cannot support applications for retroactive funding.

For detailed information, consult the FAQ or email, scholarlyactivity@langara.ca

Spring 2017 Funding Results

Thank you to everyone who applied for the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund.

We are pleased to announce the following projects will receive funding:

Receiving funding ($3000)

  • Mara Gottler (Theatre Arts) – Project Title: From “Page to Stage”: Identifying Romantic Stereotypes in Shakespeare’s The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Receiving funding ($2500)

  • Richard Wong (Physics & Astronomy) – Project Title: Improving Intercultural Relationships and Learning at Post-Secondary Institutions

Receiving funding ($3000)

  • Jennifer Knapp (HLPS & IDS) – Project Title: The Bregatorto Project 2017

Congratulations to the successful applicants!

RSAF Adjudication Committee:

Wanda Pierson, Nursing
John Russell, Philosophy
Julie Longo, TCDC
Margaret Heldman, Dean, Faculty of Science

Spring 2017 Internal Funding Call

Submissions are now being accepted for the spring round of internal funding for the the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund (RSA Fund).

You may apply for funding if you are requesting support to hire students, purchase equipment, perform analysis, or conduct project-oriented research.

Download and complete the form with all the necessary application sections: Research and Scholarly Activity Fund Forms

Applications are due via email to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca by 12:00 p.m., on Monday, December 12.

Please familiarize yourself with the following College policies:

Consult the Langara Research Ethics Board to ensure that ethical principles are applied if you intend to perform research involving human subjects.

Those who are new to the application process or who want to know more about the process and the qualities of a successful application are encouraged to consult the FAQ, or pose questions directly to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca.

The adjudication process may take up to four weeks.  Successful candidates will be notified soon after the process is complete.

Please complete the submission process by e-mailing your completed application form to scholarlyactivity@langara.ca by the deadline.

The RSA Fund supports various types of research and scholarly activity at Langara College. It recognizes the research and scholarship already being undertaken at the College, and provides further funding opportunities to promote and build institutional and faculty capacity. The fund is not a replacement for Education Leave funding.

The RSA Fund cannot support applications for retroactive funding.

For detailed information, consult the FAQ or email, scholarlyactivity@langara.ca