Funding

 Feedback for Amelie's 2015 Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada Award

Feedback for Amelie's 2015 Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada Award

Research Grants

2017-2020      Researcher, Jennifer Rowsell (PI). Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Insight Grant, Maker Literacies. $101,517, working with 20 elementary students and 25 high school students.

2016-2018      Principal Investigator, Little Free Library Sustainable Literacy Project, McGill University, Sustainability Projects Fund and the McGill Library Innovation Fund $10,333

2013-2017      Principal Investigator, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, J.-A. Bombardier Grant, $105,000, aesthetic experiences development and literacy research with 108 high school students, Collège Saint-Hilaire, (grade 11) and 54 CEGEP students, Collège international Sainte-Anne, (grade 12 & U1)

2014-2016       Research Coordinator, SSHRC Insight Grant Project on Material Culture, Pre-service Teacher Identity Development, Montreal, QC, PI: Boyd White (McGill), Co-PIs: Anita Sinner (Concordia) & Pauline Sameshima (Lakehead). $73,146

2013-2014      Research Coordinator, FQRSC Project on Multimodal Literacy Practices in High School, PI: Nathalie Lacelle (UQÀM) $36,691

2013-2014       Research Assistant, SSHRC Project on Cyberbullying, PI: Shaheen Shariff (McGill) $498,000

2012-2013      Principal Investigator, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, J.-A. Bombardier Grant, $17,500, aesthetic map making and literacy research with 72 female high school students, Collège Sainte-Marcelline, (grade 11)

 

Federal, Provincial or External Fellowships

 Total amount, fellowships and awards (Federal, provincial, external, internal): $ 314 575

FRQSC Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2018-2020, Fonds de Recherche du Québec, Société et Culture, Postdoctoral Fellowship. $110,000 (Declined to hold Faculty position)

SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship, August 2014-August 2017, $105,000

SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Master’s Scholarship, August 2012-August 2013, $17,500             

FRQSC Doctoral Research Scholarship, ranked 1st out of all provincial applications (Declined to hold SSHRC Doctoral CGS), 2014-2017, $60,000                      

Lieutenant Governor of Québec Medal, academic excellence and community involvement, Quebec Government, 2016

Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada (LLRC) Distinguished Master’s Research Award for excellence in research, creative representation of data and significance of the work for language and literacy education, awarded by LLRC under the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies (CACS), May 2015, $750

Canadian Society for the Study of Education Knowledge Mobilization Grant (2), May 2016 and May 2017, $200

International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Knowledge Mobilization Grant, May 2015, $100

 LLRC Awards Ceremony with K. Lenters

LLRC Awards Ceremony with K. Lenters

Internal Fellowships

Doctoral Student Award for Research and Contributions to the Field of Education, June 2016, Faculty of Education (EGSS), $500

Graduate Research Enhancement and Travel Award, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, September 2016, $800

Graduate Excellence Award, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, April 2016, $775

Dissertation Proposal Award, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, February 2016, $2,000

All But Dissertation University Award (ABDUL), Graduate and Post-Doctoral Studies, August 2015, $2,000

Graduate Research Enhancement and Travel Award, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, August 2015, $700                    

Keep on Track Doctoral Award, Graduate and Post-Doctoral Studies, March 2015, $2,000

McGill Faculty of Education Tim Casgrain Fellowship on Literacy Research, June 2013, $5,000

McGill Journal of Education Award for Best Article at the 2013 EGSS Conference, March 2013

Education Graduate Students’ Society Conference Best Paper Award, March 2013, $250                    

McGill University Graduate Research Enhancement and Travel Award, February 2013, $500                     

McGill University Graduate Excellence Entrance Award (Ph.D.), September 2013, $5,000            

McGill University Graduate Excellence Entrance Award (M.A.), September 2011, $1,500  

 FRQSC ranked Lemieux's research proposal 1st out of 23 received applications

FRQSC ranked Lemieux's research proposal 1st out of 23 received applications