Center Program Enhancement Grant Project Awards
Dan Abramson and Manish Chalana, Urban Design and Planning, Course Development, Joint Graduate Course between UW Department of Urban Design and Planning and Design and University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture, History and Community and Regional Planning, $1,500.
Stan de Mello (with Morna McEachern, doctoral candidate), Social Work, Course Development, SOC WF 405/415: Social Work Across the 49th Parallel: Exploring the Ties that Bind Us (field course to Canada), $1,500.
Annette Henry, Education, UW Tacoma, Research Project, Instructional Inquiries in Multiracial, Multicultural Toronto Classrooms, $1,000.
Thomas Hinckley, Forest Resources and Joshua Tewksbury, Biology, Course Development, Conservation of Living Systems: Transboundary Course (development of field course to Canada), $1,500.
Brinda Jegatheesan, Education, Course Development, EDPSY 536: Immigrant and Indigenous Children: Social Contexts of Learning (course development to include social contexts of learning for immigrant and indigenous children in British Columbia), $1,000.
Janice Laakso, Social Work, UW Tacoma, Visiting lecturer, Canada-US Social Policy Differences, $1,000.
Ruth Pelz, Burke Museum of Natural History, Lecture Series, Protecting Arctic Habitats for Migratory Birds, $1,000.
Greg Shelton, Global Trade, Transportation, and Logistics Studies, Symposium, North American Northwest Gateway Ports: Reactions and Strategies vis-à-vis Emerging Competition from Alternative Routes and Collaborative International Relationships, $1,200.
Daniel Abramson and Manish Chalana, Urban Design and Planning, Course Development, Joint Program between UW Department of Urban Design and Planning and the University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture, $1,500.
Branden Born, Urban Design and Planning, Panel, Sustainable Cities, Food and Neighborhoods: Do they Relate?, $1,500.
Stan de Mello, Social Work, Course Development, Social Work Across the 49th Parallel: Exploring the Ties that Bind Us, $1,500.
Anne Goodchild, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Research Project, Understanding Very Long Wait Times at the Land Border Crossings between the Lower Mainland of British Columbia and Whatcom County, Washington, $1,500.
Julia Herschensohn, Linguistics, Lecture Series, Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Early Bilingualism: Developmental and Educational Issues, $500.
Thomas Hinckley, Forest Resources, Course Development, ENVIR 496: Trans-boundary Course on Forest, Streams and Climate Change in the Okanogan/Okanagan Watershed, $1,500.
Thomas Hinckley, Forest Resources, and Andrew Light, Program on the Environment, Lecture Series, Yellowstone to Yukon: A Trans-boundary Exploration of Conservation, Ethics and Issues, $1,500.
Greg Shelton, Global Trade, Transportation and Logistics Studies, Panel, Common Concerns Regarding Energy, Transportation and the North Panel Lecture, $1,500.
Manish Chalana, Urban Design and Planning, URBDP 587: Vernacular Preservation, $3,000.
Tom Colonnese, American Indian Studies, AIS 376: First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Literature, $4,000.
Kim England, Geography, GEOG 277: Geography of Cities, $4,000.
J.W. Harrington, Geography, GEOG 349: Geography of International Trade: Focus on North America, $3,500.
Shelly Lundberg, Economics, ECON 444: Canada and the US: Labor Market Institutions and Labor Market Outcomes, $5,500.
Charlotte Coté, American Indian Studies, AIS 475: First Nations Government and Politics in Canada, $5,000.
Leigh Anderson, Evans School of Public Affairs, PB AF 537B/SIS 590B: International Trade and Environmental Policy, $5,000.
Cherry Banks, Education, UW Bothell, BEDUC 475: Global Perspectives on Diversity and Citizenship Education, $5,000.
Natalie Debray, If These Ships Could Talk: Jacques Cartier, Cultural Capital and Quebec’s Quest for Independence: A Comparative Media Analysis of the 450th Anniversary of the ‘Discovery’ of Canada, 19th Biennial Meeting, Association for Canadian Studies in the US.
Robinson-Dorn, Michael, Law School, “A Hole in the Middle?: A Comparative Assessment of the Canadian Response to Regulation of Cruise Ship Discharges and Emissions on the West Coast,” 19th Biennial Meeting, Association for Canadian Studies in the US.
Manish Chalana, Is Modernism ot Blame? The Changing Face of Central City Parks in the US and Canada, Shifting Ground, Landscape Architecture in the Age of the New Normal, Vancouver, B.C.
Charlotte Coté, Chrome Buffalos: The Impact of Native Gaming on Contemporary Indian Communities, Western Social Sciences Association 45th Annual Conference, Las Vegas.
George MacDonald, The Role of the Haida in the Queen Charlotte Islands’ Gold Rush of the 1850s, Western Social Sciences Association 45th Annual Conference, Las Vegas.
Kieran O’Malley, Comparative Health Care: Canada and the United States, Western Social Sciences Association 45th Annual Conference, Las Vegas.
Howard Pawley, Comparative Health Care: Canada and the United States, Western Social Sciences Association 45th Annual Conference, Las Vegas.
Daniel B. Abramson, Urban Design and Planning, $5,000.
Kim England, Geography, Geography of Difference: Social Identities and Space in Continental and Global Perspectives.
Dian Million, American Indian Studies, Indian Children and Families.
Carl Sander, Burke Museum
Katie Baird, Arts and Interdisciplinary Sciences, UW Tacoma
Marcy Stein, Education, UW Tacoma
Lonnie Renteria, Communication
Mary Wright, American Indian Studies
Karen Rosenberg, Women Studies
David Secord, Marine Affairs/Program on the Environment
Janice Laakso, Social Work, UW Tacoma
Dawn Glinnsman, Art History
Greg Shelton, Global Trade, Transportation and Logistics Studies
Nadine Fabbi, Canadian Studies Center