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Office of Research Services BMH 312

Dr. Gayle MacDonald, Assistant Vice-President (Research) Josephine Adda, Proposal Support Officer Margot Malenfant, Office Assistant (Research)

Research News

November 2012: Issue 29

Please visit the Research website for information on internal and external funding opportunities, upcoming book launches, the Research Ethics Board, and policies, guidelines and deadlines.

ORS News Congratulations to the Connell family on the birth of their son, William Lloyd Connell, born on November 15th We welcome Margot Malenfant, Office Assistant (Research), who is replacing Danielle Connell for the next year! Professional Development Services We offer what we refer to in the ORS as “PD” hours. Dozens of faculty in the past year have availed themselves of this service. What professional development does for you is to help you get your writing/academic planning/publishing back on track (if you’re off track) or improved (if you’re on track but feeling overwhelmed). Taking into account all of your academic and personal responsibilities as well as your energy levels, health and well-being, PD hours are a great way to avail yourself of all the ORS has to offer you as a researcher. One hour at a time, we can help you make a difference in your writing/publishing career. Contact Margot Malenfant ( today to get started, and to make your first appointment. Your promotion/book/article deserves this specialized attention! Next Connections Issue will Highlight Research at STU We are pleased to announce that the next Connections issue, St. Thomas University’s alumni magazine, to be released in early 2013, will focus on the research activities currently unfolding at STU. Stay tuned!

Events Upcoming Book Launch Tony Tremblay Fred Cogswell: The Many-Dimensioned Self The launch will be held in Brian Mulroney Hall, Room 101, at St. Thomas University on Friday, 30 November, 2012 at 3:30pm. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning – Nov. 30th A working session on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning will be held jointly by the Office of Research Services and the Learning and Teaching Development Committee on Friday, November 30th from 2:30-3:30 pm in HCH101. This session will focus on the publication/presentation/and issues of research on the scholarship of teaching and learning. James Whitehead, Director of LTDC, Gayle MacDonald, AVP Research and Thom Parkhill, Chair, REB will be in attendance. It is our hope to generate a working group on this issue. Bring your ideas and your questions. All are welcome. This will be an informal discussion. Refreshments are available. The 9th Annual Haudenosaunee Conference CARING FOR INDIGENOUS CHILDREN AND FAMILIES: CIRCLES OF SAFETY AND SOVEREIGNTY – Nov. 30th - Dec.1st For more information and registration please see

General Information Need Help with SSHRC Application Forms? Online Application Form Support Helpdesk Tel.: 613-995-4273 Email: Business hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., EST NOTE: We can help you more promptly if you leave a detailed message, including your name, area code and telephone number; your question; and the funding opportunity to which your enquiry relates.

New version of the Canadian Common CV now available The new Canadian Common CV (CCV) application is now available. CCV Data Migration: The majority of data (approximately 90%) has been migrated from the old to the new CCV. You are advised to inspect each section and field of your CV to make sure that your data was properly migrated. Any missing or wrongly formatted data will have to be corrected. Contributions can no longer be attached as a file to the CCV and will have to be entered as structured data. Please allow for some time to capture this information.

You will be able to connect to the new CCV using the same username and password as the previous version. However, when you connect to the new CCV for the first time, you will be asked to capture reminder questions and answers before you can access your CV data. Science Media Centre of Canada Reports September 3, 2012 Report September 10, 2012 Report

Submit your manuscript to SAGE Open—an open-access publication Publish in SAGE Open, SAGE's groundbreaking, open-access publication of peer-reviewed, original research and review articles, spanning the full spectrum of the social and behavioral sciences and the humanities. More than 1,000 manuscripts have been submitted in the last year. Submit your manuscript through SAGE track, SAGE's web-based peer review and submission system, powered by ScholarOne Manuscripts™. Submitting your manuscript is free. Only if your manuscript is accepted will you pay the author acceptance fee of $395 (discounted from the regular price of $695). For more information, view the SAGE Open manuscript submission guidelines.

Research Ethics Want to learn more about Research Ethics? Check out the online TCPS 2 CORE tutorial. Does your research require REB approval? Click HERE to learn more.

Senate Research Committee Apply now for internal funding! Check out our updated application forms.

Research Services is accepting applications on an ongoing basis for: Conference Travel Grant Values: $400, $700 and $1,000 The Conference Travel Fund provides financial assistance through Travel Grants to faculty members including sabbaticants who are actively participating in conferences. Research Assistantships Value: $500 The Research Assistantship Grants provide financial assistance to faculty members who wish to employ student research assistants (please see the eligibility criteria). There are ten grants valued at $500 each available for 2012-2013. Research Grant in Lieu of Salary Value: See Canada Revenue Agency Guidelines The Research Grant in Lieu of Salary Program and Non-Leave Grants Program permit, under certain conditions, a researcher to receive a research grant in lieu of salary through a mechanism that includes peer review. Contact Margot Malenfant for more info.

Conferences/Events Intellectbase International Consortium Academic Conferences Abstracts, Research-in-Progress, Full Papers, Workshops, Case Studies and Posters are invited. Atlanta, GA October 18-20, 2012 Submission Deadline: September 23, 2012 San Antonio, TX April 11-13, 2013 Submission Deadline: March 16, 2013 Las Vegas, NV December 13-15, 2012 Submission Deadline: November 23, 2012 Thailand March 14-16, 2013

Submission Deadline: February 22, 2013 Nashville, TN May 23-25, 2013 Submission Deadline: April 28, 2013 Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia July 9-11, 2013 Submission Deadline: June 10, 2013 Genomics: The Power and Promise Ottawa, ON November 27-28, 2012 Genome Canada, the Gairdner Awards, Genome Atlantic and Canada’s other regional Genome Centres are hosting a rare gathering of some of the world’s leading thinkers in genomics to discuss research progress to date, and the potential that lies ahead in the fields of human health, biofuels, environmental remediation, fisheries & aquaculture, food security and safety, and more. WORLD CONFERENCE ON PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY: PSYSOC-2012 Queen Elizabeth Elite Suite Hotel & Spa, Antalya, Turkey 28 November -01 December 2012 Innovation 2012 – Connecting R&D and Commercialization Ottawa Marriott December 2-4, 2012 ACCT Canada is preparing for a dynamic Innovation 2012 conference and in this regard have just issued a Call for Topics. Please use the following link with your members/colleagues and networks so that the planning committee is able to benefit from the broadest possible input in the development of the meeting program. See the ACCT Canada Website here. Contact: Janet E. Scholz 1st Annual International Conference: Social Media: Implications for the University York University, Toronto May 3-5 2013 Please send a title and abstract (350 words excluding bibliography) to the organizers, for a 20 minute presentation. All abstract submissions will undergo peer review and notification of acceptance will be sent out in early November 2012. Contacts: Prof. Roberta Iannacito-Provenzano & Prof. Jana Vizmuller-Zocco 30th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference: Looking Forward: Perspectives, Methodologies, Stabilities, Redefinitions, and Examples Carleton University, Ottawa ON May 23-25, 2013

This year represents the thirtieth year of continuous conference meetings. In recognition of this anniversary, the conference is organized around the themes of stability and change in our approach to questions of research, theory and the study of everyday life. Presentations will explore questions of transition in methodological and theoretical approaches and how those questions influence our collection and analysis of qualitative data. Abstract deadline: October 15, 2012 Submit an abstract: Contact: Qualitative Sociology Review Deadline for the special conference issue has been extended to Friday, September 28. Submit papers to Women’s Organisations and Female Activists in the Aftermath of the First World War: Central and Eastern Europe in National, Transnational, International and Global Context Budapest, Hungary 17th-19th May 2013 This is an interdisciplinary, international conference to be held at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Contributions are welcome from any field or discipline, including literary and cultural studies, sociology and social anthropology, women’s and gender studies, peace and war studies, as well as history itself. Read more… Abstract deadline: to Ms Ingrid Sharp and Professor Matthew Stibbe by Dec. 7, 2012.

Calls for Papers/Articles Do you have New Brunswick research that is ready for publication? The Journal of New Brunswick Studies/Revue d’études sur le Nouveau-Brunswick invites submissions from the scholarly community for our next issue, and for all subsequent issues. Articles based on original research from all disciplinary backgrounds are welcome. Articles must either focus on New Brunswick, or consider New Brunswick in a comparative framework, with New Brunswick as the main focus of the comparison. Scholars wishing to propose special issues focused on particular topics or themes should contact the Editor at Submission deadline: March 15, 2013 Prime Research on Education: Open Access journal publishing manuscripts monthly Manuscripts are being published monthly by PRIME JOURNALS via their website. PRE is an Open Access Journal and is committed to upgrade the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject.

PRE encompasses all areas of Prime Research on Education. Manuscripts that meet the general criteria of could be submitted for publication. The criteria includes: Original articles in basic and applied research, Case studies and Critical reviews, surveys, opinions, commentaries and essays. Kindly support this initiative by sending your manuscripts to,, and for publication (HARD COPIES INCLUSIVE).

Research Resources New Books in our Resource Library

Jan Wong Out of the Blue: A Memoir of Workplace Depression, Recovery, Redemption and, Yes, Happiness

Michael Boudreau City of Order: Crime and Society in Halifax, 1918-35 A sample chapter is available from UBC Press

For more information, please view our complete list of Resource Library books. Best wishes with your teaching and research, The ORS staff: Gayle, Josephine, &Margot

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Research News Bulletin Issue 29  

Research News Bulletin Issue 29