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Douglas College Research Expertise

Research Incentive Grants

Faculty in the following disciplines have received Research Incentive Grants for projects.

 

Child, Family, and Community Studies

Therapeutic Recreation

  • Imagining inclusion: my health, well-being, and recovery

 

Health Sciences

Nursing

  • Dementia care and multimodal representation: a graphic medicine project
  • Building research capacity through a research skills development program for undergraduate nursing students

Psychiatric Nursing

  • Barriers and challenges to nursing students participating in research

 

Humanities and Social Sciences

Anthropology

  • LGBT Safety in our Campus Communities: A Social and Spatial Audit.

Archaeology

  • Understanding the chronology of Lil’wat occupation of their territory

Geography

  • Lost streams of New Westminster

Psychology

  • The Dark Triad: hormones and deception

 

LLPA

Creative Writing

  • The creative and promotional possibilities of Sun Belt, a performing arts ensemble

English

  • Dementia care and multimodal representation: a graphic medicine project
  • Open modernisms anthology
  • Douglas Coupland, canonicity, and Canadian Literature

Japanese

  • Virtual worlds in Japanese language education

 

Science and Technology

Biology

  • Detection of tomato spotted wilt virus in thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) and potato tissue.
  • Open educational resources for human anatomy and physiology

Chemistry

  • Building an inertial electrostatic confinement fusion device

Engineering

  • Fabricating assistive devices to facilitate movement after injury

Sports Science

  • Running injuries and stride frequency
  • Fabricating assistive devices to facilitate movement after injury

Veterinary Technology

  • Diagnostic parameters for feline hypothyroidism

 

Research and Scholarly Activity Funding Projects

Faculty in the following disciplines have received Research and Scholarly Activity Funding for projects.

Science and Technology

Biology

  • The importance of viruses in kelp forest dynamics and how climate change will affect the viability of viruses.

 

Humanities and Social Sciences

Psychology

  • The impact of the overdose crisis on the mental health of frontline workers in Vancouver's Lower Mainland

Anthropology

  • Archaeological research in Ecuador to study collections of ceramics from two sites in the Central Highlands.