GRANTWRITING, FUNDING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
National Science Foundation, Invited participant, NSF Workshop on Cyberinfrastructure for Polar Sciences, University of Minnesota. September 2013. http://www.pgc.umn.edu/meetings/cyber2013/main
Government of Canada, Program Enhancement Grant. Program in Canadian, Québec, and North American Francophone Studies at the University of North Dakota. $18.000. Funded
National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Research Stipend Proposal. $6000. Not funded.
National Science Foundation, Proposal 06-577, Documenting Endangered Languages. Discussed with Program Directror and began collaborative application process as Co-PI. September 2011. Deferred.
Fulbright Foundation, Submitted August 2011, Visiting (1 semester) Fulbright Scholar, Laval University, Québec. Not funded.
Division of Research and Economic Development, University of North Dakota, May 2011.
“Web Portal Optimization in Preparation for NSF 06-577, Documenting Endangered Languages”. Funded $4950
National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants Level 1. Storytelling Booths and Oral Histories in Yukatek Maya, Métis Michif, and Inuit Inuktitut. Grant 45.169 submitted to NEH Feb 23, 2011. Revise and Resubmit with good rating from federal evaluators.
Division of Research, Research Development and Compliance, University of North Dakota, December 2011. Funded. Faculty Research Seed Money Grant ($18,500). “Digitization and Online Dissemination of Michif-Language Artifacts at the University of North Dakota”. Target grant: (NSF 06-577) Documenting Endangered Languages.
College of Arts and Sciences, Combined Digital Materials Grant. University of North Dakota, May 2010. Funded. Communication Program and Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences: Advanced Digital Capture devices for New Media content creation in COMM 204 Graphic Design and COMM 319 Digital Imaging Courses.
Northwest Center for Excellence in Media Literacy, 2008 . Media developer for the Northwest Center for Excellence in Media Literacy under Federal Grant R21 HD052864-01 for the National Center for Public Health.
FLAS (Foreign Language Area Studies) Recipient, 2005-2008
Recipient of the first ever FLAS grant awarded for a First Nations language (Inuktitut).
Three-Year Title VI education and travel grant awarded by the US Department of Education and the Jackson School for Advanced International Studies/Canadian Studies Center. Focus on the Canadian Arctic/Inuktitut
Language Preservation through Technology/Critical Internet and New Media Studies Funded at $15,000/year
Travel Grants, Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington
Recipient of four travel grants for conference paper presentations between 2006-2008.
Canadian Embassy, Washington D.C: Graduate Student Grant recipient, 02/2007
Recipient of Graduate Student Research Grant for fieldwork in the Canadian Arctic from the Canadian Embassy
Department of Communication, University of Washington, 2004-2008
Recipient of full scholarship tuition waiver for Doctoral Graduate Studies.
Project CONNECT Invited Scholar. Conference in Ottawa. Sponsored by the Government of Canada, SUNY Plattsburg/University of Vermont. July 2005.