IPRM Data Collection 2014

IPRM Data Collection 2014

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  • IPRM Data Collection 2014 

    Table 4: Productivity and Impact: Scholarship 


  • 4.2 - # of external research grants

    Please indicate the # of external grants (including contracts) administered through Laurier for which you are a PI or CoPI. The grant can be counted for each year for which it is awarded. A two year grant awarded in 2010 would be counted in 2010/11 and 2011/12. A grant awarded in the spring would be counted in the year which academically starts with the fall term, so a grant awarded in April 2011 would first count in the 2011-12 year. The total $ amount is for the given year not the total for all years (i.e. a three year award totaling $75,000 should be included as 25,000 a year for those of the 4 years in the table to which it applies).

  • 4.3 - # of internal research grants

    # of internal grants awarded by Laurier. All of the internal grant program awards (Conference/workshop grants to Research equipment grants, as listed on the Laurier Research web site) should be included

  • 4.4 - Peer reviewed publications

    # of journal articles that are published in peer reviewed academic journals. Please include "in press" publications (but only once – preference is to list articles in the year they were published), but do not include manuscripts which were submitted or still under review even if only minor editorial changes requested.
  • 4.5 - Peer reviewed conference proceedings

    # of presentations at conferences that end up in published conference proceedings (might be either a special issue of an academic society journal or a conference proceedings volume). The proceedings should be more substantial than just the abstracts of the conference presentation.
  • 4.6 - Books authored

    These may include creative works of fiction or poetry, non-fiction popular works, academic peer reviewed volumes, or text books. They should be the work of a small number of individuals. Self-published works should generally not be included.
  • 4.7 - Books/journal issues edited

    These may be edited books, special issues of peer reviewed academic journals, or edited volume of conference proceedings. Book translations should be included here.
  • 4.8 - Book chapters

    May be creative works or academic chapters.
  • 4.9 - Competitive research awards

    These are not grants, but awards to individuals in recognition of their scholarship, and would include CRC chairs or similar salary-related awards, but would also include awards to individuals in recognition of their scholarship awarded by academic societies or other public groups. If there are scholarship funds associated with the award they should be summed and noted either in this section or included in 4.2 but not in both (as a general rule salary-related amounts or unrestricted awards should go here, funds that are restricted to scholarship costs should go in 4.2).
  • 4.10 - Peer reviewed conference presentations

    # of presentations at academic conferences whether verbal presentation or posters.
  • 4.11 - Technical research reports

    Policy documents, technical reports for clients, legal briefs, intellectual property documents, or like documents which generally are not published.
  • 4.12 - CD / DVDs created

    Artistic performances, any distribution of scholarship.
  • 4.13 - Conferences organized

    Academic or community related conferences for which you (individually or as a group) were carrying the primary responsibility.
  • 4.14 - External PhD dissertations assessed/supervised

    The # of times you were asked to serve as an external to a PhD dissertation at other institutions. As some faculty also supervise or co-supervise PhD students at other institutions (especially in the absence of a PhD program at Laurier in their discipline), please include this information separately in the field provided.
  • 4.15 - External tenure/promotion candidates reviewed

    The number  of times you were asked to serve as external reviewers for promotion or tenure review of faculty at other institutions.
  • 4.16 - External program reviews

    The number of times that you were asked to review a program at another academic institution.
  • 4.17 – Grants reviewed

    The number of grants reviewed for granting agencies (tri-council, provincial funding agencies, foundations international requests should all be counted).
  • 4.18 - Manuscripts reviewed (for peer reviewed journals)

    The number of manuscripts reviewed for academic peer reviewed journals. Note if the same manuscript is re-reviewed when resubmitted this should only be counted once. Academic reviews of textbook or other academic books should also be included here but note them in parenthesis.
  • 4.19 - Conference proposals reviewed

    The number of conference proposals reviewed
  • 4.20 - Other forms of scholarship/creative work (please specify)

    Please include the type and amount for any other forms of scholarly and creative work

  • Other Questions:

  • C2. Quality Indicators - What are the most significant indicators of quality in this program? Include, for example, internal and external awards for teaching excellence. 

    Have you received any internal or external awards for teaching excellence? Please elaborate. 

  • C3. Modes of Delivery - Describe the modes of delivery (lecture, blended, online, labs, etc.), the frequency of their use within the program and how these align with the program's objectives. Include the use of high-impact and/or other relevant teaching practices, indicating where possible the approximate percentage of courses using such practices

    Are there any kinds of special/different modes of delivery that you incorporate into your teaching or any that you feel are particularly unique to the Health Studies program? Explain. 

  • If applicable, please comment on the use of high-impact learning strategies used in your classroom(s).  

  • D2. External recognition of faculty - Describe the recognition faculty members receive from outside the university for scholarship and for professional or public service. 

    Have you received any form of external recognition for your scholarship of professional/public service? Be specific and include examples as to how this has benefited the university.

  • D3. External recognition of students - Describe the recognition from outside the univiersity that students in this program have received since 2000, e.g., awards, critical acclaim, public or professional achievements, etc. 

    Please comment on any external recognition of HS students that you are aware of. Be sure to include examples as to how this has benefited the university. 

  • D5. Essentiality and uniqueness of scholarship - Comment on the essentiality and/or uniqueness of scholarship as well as its impact and the recognition it receives from communities external to the university. 

    Please comment on the essentiality and/or uniqueness of your scholarship. Be sure to include its impact on the community and the university and note any involvement and/or impact of research centers. 

  • E3. Scholarship revenues and costs 

    Please comment on additional revenues and costs associated with scholarship. 

  • E4. Commentary on space data 

    Please comment on the program's use of space, space constraints and/or need for space, currently and/or in the future. 

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