Grants
Laura Westra

2004-06

SSHRC Thematic Grant,,"Controlling Ecoviolence:Linking Consumption and the Loss of Ecological Integrity to Population Health,Ecojustice and International Law", PI William Rees, Co-PI Colin Soskolne and Laura Westra.

2002

SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship ($17,750.00) to pursue a Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree at Osgoode Hall Law School.

2002

The Harley D. Hallett Graduate Scholarship ($3,000.00) to pursue a Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree at Osgoode Hall Law School.

2002

SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship ($17,750.00) to pursue a Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree at Osgood Hall Law School.

2001

The Harley D. Hallett Graduate Scholarship ($6,000.00) to pursue a Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree at Osgoode Hall Law School.

2000

The Harley D. Hallett Graduate Scholarship ($6,000.00) to pursue a Master of Laws Degree at Osgoode Hall Law School.

1999

NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Implementing Ecological Integrity: Restoring Regional and Global Environmental and Human Health", Budapest, Hungary, June 28-30, 1999; Co-Director Dr. L. Ryszkowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan, Poland. ($25,000).

1997

University of Windsor Vice-President Grant to travel to the University of Melbourne, Australia. (October) ($1,000).

1997

Federal Seed grant for two students. (Summer) ($1,785).

1996-1999

SSHRC grant "Global Ecological Integrity: The Relations Between the Wild, Health, Sustainability and Ethics". ($115,500.00).

1996

University of Windsor Vice-President Grant to travel to Athens, Greece. ($1,000).

1996

Federal Seed Students' Grant (Summer) ($1,530).

1995

Windsor University Research Grant, for Summer activities and conference on "Global Dimensions of Integrity", and to seek additional SSHRC funding. ($2,800.00).

1995

Dean of Graduate Studies Funding to help with organization of Conference on "Global Dimensions of Integrity", Firenze, Italy, Aug. 26-29, 1995. $500.00.

1994

Federal Government Students' Seed Grant (Summer) ($2,083).

1993

Federal Government Students' Seed Grant (Summer) ($2,768).

1993-1995

SSHRC Thematic Grant ($69,220), Thematic Grant (Integrity project total 1992-1995 $94,220).

1993

Association of Universities and Colleges, Ottawa. To travel to Moscow, Russia for the XIX World Congress of Philosophy; to chair Roundtable and to read a paper ($1,636).

1993

University of Windsor Vice-President Grant ($1,000) to travel to Russia XIX World Congress of Philosophy.

1992

Dean of Arts funding to help with copy-editing expenses manuscript required for SSHRC Grant, ($500.00).

1992

SSHRC Travel Grant for Toluca, Mexico Conference ($604) for paper to be presented October 12-16, 1992.

1992

Support Grant from the Department of Foreign Affairs, Ottawa to travel to Brazil (May 24-29, 1992) ($1,479).

1992

SSHRC Thematic Grant to work on "The Ethical Implications of Integrity" (Environmental Ethics) through focus groups, etc. ($25,000).

1991

Recipient, Windsor University Research Grant, to complete and edit The Principle of Integrity: a New Proposal for Ethics ($2,000); to seek SSHRC grant on "Integrity".

1990

Recipient, Auburn University Humanities Endowment Fund ($1,800); support for publishing expenses for book entitled Freedom in Plotinus.

1990

Recipient, Canadian Embassy, Washington, D.C. ($5,000); support for Summer work to complete a manuscript entitled "Endangered Earth: U.S. 'Vision' or Canadian 'Survival'?"

1989

Recipient, Canadian Embassy Grant for U S./Canadian Research, Environmental Ethics, Summer, 1989 ($3,000).

1985 - 1986

Recipient, Clemson University Research Grant, "The Role of Freedom in the Philosophy of Plotinus" ($1,200 approximately).


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