Funding Sources

Overview

Professor Gehman is principal investigator, co-investigator or winner of more than $400,000 in grants and fellowships from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canadian Water Network, Helmholtz-Alberta Initiative, and the Killam Research Fund, among others. His 2013 SSHRC insight development grant was the #1 ranked proposal among emerging scholars in “Business and Management; Economics; and Related Fields.” 

Grants

  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council #430-2014-00833, Category Promotion: Collective Identity Claims among Social Entrepreneurs (co-investigator with M. Grimes), $70,706
  • Canadian Water Network, Unconventional Wastewater Management: A Comparative Review and Analysis, (co-investigator with G. Goss, D. Alessi, D. Allen), $120,000
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, University of Alberta Vice President of Research Special Competition, $9,555
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, University of Alberta Vice President of Research Special Competition (co-investigator with M. Grimes), $9,940
  • Smeal College of Business, Sustainability Council Grant (co-investigator; with D. Cahoy & Z. Lei), $6,500
  • Alberta School of Business, SAS Grant (with M. Grimes), $10,000
  • Alberta School of Business, Canadian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (with M. Grimes), $7,000
  • Alberta School of Business, SAS Grant, $800
  • World University Network, Research Mobility Grant, $3,000
  • Helmholtz-Alberta Initiative, Cross-National Understandings of Energy and Environment Risks (co-investigator with M. Lounsbury), $50,000
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council #430-2013-0912, Predatory Selection: An Analysis of Cultural Vulnerability and Opportunity Exploitation in Unconventional Gas Well Drilling, $70,729
  • Alberta School of Business, SAS Grant (with M. Grimes), $2,300
  • Killam Research Fund, Operating Grant, $6,950
  • Smeal College of Business, Sustainability Council Grant (co-investigator with R. Garud), $10,000
  • Smeal College of Business, Dean’s Office Special Dissertation Research Grant, $2,000
  • Smeal College of Business, Doctoral Research Grants, $11,395

Fellowships

  • Southam Faculty Fellowship, 2014-2015
  • H.E. Pearson Faculty Fellowship, 2013-2015
  • John M. and Kara H. Arnold Endowment Fund Scholarship, 2011-2012
  • Gerald P. and Joyce Kessler Graduate Scholarship, 2010-2011
  • Frank P. and Mary Jean Smeal Endowment Fund Scholarships, 2009-2011
  • Graham Endowed Fellowships, 2007-2009

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