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What is SSHRC’s Role? SSHRC’s Mission 1 Help build Canada’s ability: è To understand What is SSHRC’s Role? SSHRC’s Mission 1 Help build Canada’s ability: è To understand a rapidly changing world è To innovate and compete è To maintain our social fabric & quality of life

SSHRC’s Context Social Sciences and Humanities Research Trends 2 n Teamwork and networking n SSHRC’s Context Social Sciences and Humanities Research Trends 2 n Teamwork and networking n Problem-oriented interdisciplinary research n Partnerships with clients (communities, governments) n End of the age of entitlement n New mobilization around social indicators n Development of collective tools n Digitization: the equivalent for the social sciences and humanities of the discovery of DNA

What is SSHRC’s Role? Tri-Council Comparison SSHRC Full-Time Faculty (1998 -99) Program Budget (1999 What is SSHRC’s Role? Tri-Council Comparison SSHRC Full-Time Faculty (1998 -99) Program Budget (1999 -00) NSERC CIHR 53. 5% 28. 5% 18. 0% (18, 000) (9, 500) (6, 000) 12% 56% 32% Statistics Canada changed the coverage for the survey. Figures exclude applied arts & not reported fields Includes NCE Budget (phase II) and transfers from other departments 3

What is SSHRC’s Role? Areas of Research Funded 4 Humanities Education Business Social Sciences What is SSHRC’s Role? Areas of Research Funded 4 Humanities Education Business Social Sciences

What is SSHRC’s Role? 5 SSHRC Funds Research on Topics Ranging. . . From What is SSHRC’s Role? 5 SSHRC Funds Research on Topics Ranging. . . From To Canadian Heritage Finance n n The poor and the working class in literary versions of Canadian society identity Political morality of nationalism in the multi-ethnic state Studies in Canadian literary history: publishing and women writers L’enseignement et la recherche en archivistique dans le monde : une étude comparative n n n Tax-adjusted valuation of the real option to annuitize wealth at retirement Bank lendings to SMEs: gender, technology and the role of loan guarantees L’économie politique de la Banque du Canada

What is SSHRC’s Role? Relevant to Government Departments Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Customs & What is SSHRC’s Role? Relevant to Government Departments Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Customs & Revenue Agency Heritage Citizenship and Immigration Elections Canada Fisheries and Oceans Environment Foreign Affairs and International Trade Health Human Resources Development Indian Affairs and Northern Development Industry Intergovernmental Affairs National Defence Justice Natural Resources Public Works and Government Services Solicitor General 6 Canadian Transport Veterans Affairs Treasury Board

What is SSHRC’s Role? What SSHRC Delivers Issues Innovations/Tools/Solutions Measuring free-trade impact on jobs, What is SSHRC’s Role? What SSHRC Delivers Issues Innovations/Tools/Solutions Measuring free-trade impact on jobs, regions, financial sectors, & the environment Industrial competitiveness Managing tech change in manufacturing SME growth and success Entrepreneurship Research Alliance Work/family conflicts Defining strategies to aid telecommuting Youth crime Pre-school and family intervention Court backlogs Improved methods for caseload management Family violence Centres on Family Violence Environmental degradation 7 Globalization Computer-based decision aids for municipalities

What is SSHRC’s Role? What SSHRC Delivers Issues Innovations/Tools/Solutions Virtual university University drop-outs Improving What is SSHRC’s Role? What SSHRC Delivers Issues Innovations/Tools/Solutions Virtual university University drop-outs Improving guidance services to promote adjustment Spiralling health care costs Social determinants of health Genetic research Guidelines for ethical practices in human genetics Aging society “Bridge” jobs to retain skills of elderly Defining Canadian identity Historical Atlas of Canada Integration of immigrants Metropolis project Canadian cultural development 8 Access to higher education Musical Heritage Series

How Does SSHRC Operate? Core Granting Programs 9 Research Base Targeted Training Communications & How Does SSHRC Operate? Core Granting Programs 9 Research Base Targeted Training Communications & Institutional • Research Grants • Major Collaborative Research Initiatives (MCRIs) • Strategic Themes • Joint Initiatives • Research Development Initiatives (RDIs) • Doctoral Fellowships • Postdoctoral Fellowships • • SSHRC Institutional Grants (SIGs) Research & Transfer Journals Conferences & Congresses Aid to Small Universities (ASU)

How Does SSHRC Operate? 10 SSHRC’s Base Budget (2000 -2001) = $133. 7 M How Does SSHRC Operate? 10 SSHRC’s Base Budget (2000 -2001) = $133. 7 M CIHR 4. 8% Operational 7. 8% NCE 5. 6% Research Base 35. 6% Strategic Grants 13. 8% Communications & Institutional Grants 8. 2% Training 24% Excludes Research Chairs

Key SSHRC Initiatives Community-University Research Alliances (CURAs) 11 n n Community-focused & voluntary organisations, Key SSHRC Initiatives Community-University Research Alliances (CURAs) 11 n n Community-focused & voluntary organisations, public or private Involved in intervention, action, program delivery and policy development Examples of partners: • • The Law Society of British Columbia Mi’Kmaq Fish & Wildlife Commission Fonds de solidarité de la FTQ Nunavut Arctic College Notre Dame Child & Family Institute Federation of Canadian Municipalities United Way Mc. Cord Museum (lead organization with university partners)

SOME CURA PROJECT TOPICS 1. Adversarial approaches or alternative dispute resolution mechanisms (ADR)? What SOME CURA PROJECT TOPICS 1. Adversarial approaches or alternative dispute resolution mechanisms (ADR)? What do actual cases show work best? S S HRC 2. What practical steps can communities take to enhance the daily lives of school-age children with special needs? ** 3. How can Mi’Kmaq & non-native groups collaborate in managing marine ecosystems & resource harvesting? 4. Are there new ways we can use museum-based resources to enrich the teaching of Canadian history in our schools? ** 5. How ready are Ontario’s urban & regional municipalities (re: expertise & infrastructure) to adapt to climatic change? 12 ** Community lead

Our Community in Crisis S S HRC n 13 Researchers: Explosion of creative energy Our Community in Crisis S S HRC n 13 Researchers: Explosion of creative energy within community n SSHRC: Struggling to meet demand n Universities: Picking up the pieces

SSHRC's Crisis I Exploding demand S S HRC • Enormous popularity of most innovative SSHRC's Crisis I Exploding demand S S HRC • Enormous popularity of most innovative programs: CURA, RDI, targeted Themes, MCRI. (Real success rates at 10 to 20%) • SSHRC participation rates will increase 15 to 50% over next 5 years • New incentives (No SSHRC, no tenure) • New faculty (5000 renewal over next 5 years on 18, 000 total) • Radical change in SS&H research culture • SSHRC cannot meet demand for Joint Initiatives: migration, federalism, sustainable forests, social statistics 14

SSHRC's Crisis II Band-Aid funding measures inadequate S S HRC • Average grant size SSHRC's Crisis II Band-Aid funding measures inadequate S S HRC • Average grant size $20, 000 15 • New Money ($10 M): SSHRC still lost ground in 1999 -00

SSHRC's Crisis III n Dramatic gaps in student financial support: $20 million required for SSHRC's Crisis III n Dramatic gaps in student financial support: $20 million required for SSHRC to be at parity with NSERC S S HRC (U of T statistics on Ph. D. student support) 16 – – – n Humanities $9, 000 Physical Sciences $15, 400 Social Sciences $11, 600 Life Sciences $14, 600 Education $5, 000 Disparity in student support through grants – – Humanities 2. 4% Physical Science 29. 9% Social Science 3. 1% Life Sciences 35. 4%

What We Must Do S S HRC n 17 n n Bring SSHRC student What We Must Do S S HRC n 17 n n Bring SSHRC student support to parity with NSERC's Aim at supporting 50% of competitive research grants applicants More support for new forms of research: CURA, MCRI, RDC

Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) INE Objectives 18 n n Foster excellent Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) INE Objectives 18 n n Foster excellent research—especially innovative and multidisciplinary Deepen understanding of the New Economy Expand/develop research partnerships involving public, private and not-for-profit sectors Inform decision-making in public and private sectors

Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) The INE Leadership in the new economy Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) The INE Leadership in the new economy requires an understanding of the opportunities it offers, its educational requirements, the management skills required to seize those opportunities and how to make lifelong learning a reality. To keep Canada at the forefront of research into the knowledge economy, a targeted research initiative will be developed, to be managed by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and funded with a special allocation of $100 million over five years. 19 Paul Martin Economic Statement and Budget Update October 18, 2000

Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) 4 Major Research Areas New Economy Research Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) 4 Major Research Areas New Economy Research Issues Management Education Lifelong Learning 20 Issues: both distinct and interwoven

Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) Our Commitment 21 To deliver—by/before March 2006—significant Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) Our Commitment 21 To deliver—by/before March 2006—significant research outcomes through: n Focusing research agendas (identifying deliverables) n Drawing new/more research attention to areas of need n Building on research strengths (with forward looking perspectives) n Promoting new research partnerships, producer–user alliances n Innovative ways of getting research into practice

Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) Making It Happen 22 n Design Committee Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) Making It Happen 22 n Design Committee to oversee program development n Dedicated Staff Development Team n In Place Design Process Feb. /March n n In Place Open, Web-based consultation Sectoral research consultations Design Committee meetings, recommendations to SSHRC Board INE Program Launch Mid-April

SSHRC INE Development Team Administrative Coordinator/Coordonnatrice administrative Sarah Tait (sarah. tait@sshrc. ca)………………… (613) 995 SSHRC INE Development Team Administrative Coordinator/Coordonnatrice administrative Sarah Tait (sarah. [email protected] ca)………………… (613) 995 -0557 Research Initiative on the New Economy (INE) New Economy Issues/Enjeux de la nouvelle économie Jocelyn Charron (jocelyn. [email protected] ca)………… (613) 992 -5127 David Moorman (david. [email protected] ca)………… (613) 943 -5090 Education/Éducation Hélène Régnier (helene. [email protected] ca)…………… (613) 992 -5148 Lifelong Learning/Apprentissage continu Sylvie Paquette (sylvie. [email protected] ca)…………. . (613) 992 -3146 Management/Gestion Nina Stipich (nina. [email protected] ca)……………… (613) 992 -5911 Communications/Communications Pamela Wiggin (pamela. [email protected] ca)……………. (613) 995 -6898 23