Awards, recognition, and media coverage

At the Mutuality and Reciprocity Lab, we believe that it is important to take the time to celebrate our awards, recognition, and media coverage. We believe that celebrations are more than just fun, these moments also allow us to reflect on what we have done, what we have accomplished, and what allowed us to achieve those successes, as well as the things that may have led to failure, incomplete accomplishments or unmet objectives. By doing so,  we can learn to produce even better grants, manuscripts, and research talks in the future. 

 
 
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Samantha Jones is awarded the Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement Award

Samantha Jones is awarded the Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement Award ($6,000) through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. She will be using the award to visit Dr. Tim Vantilborgh and the Mutuality and Reciprocity Lab in Belgium in Spring/Summer 2018 (August, 2017). 


Tessa Neilson, Samantha Jones, and Dr. Yannick Griep are awarded the Campus Mental Health Strategy Grant

Tessa Neilson, Samantha Jones, and Dr. Yannick Griep are awarded the Campus Mental Health Strategy Grant ($5,395) for their proposal entitled "Negotiating the unspoken component of mental health disclosure: a workshop". In this project they will conduct research aimed at developing a workshop and resources for students struggling to disclose a mental health diagnosis with members of the campus community. (June 2017). 


ANNA GODOLLEI Is awarded SSHRC graduate scholarship

Anna Gödöllei is awarded the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship ($105,000) aimed at developing research skills and assist in the training of highly qualified PhD students by supporting students who demonstrate a high standard of scholarly achievement. (May, 2017)


the research of Dr. Yannick Griep, Dr. Tim vantilborgh, and samantha jones was covered extensively in the belgian media 

Several news agencies covered the work on voluntary work and dementia conducted by Dr. Yannick Griep, Dr. Tim Vantilborgh, and Samantha Jones, and our colleagues at Stockholm University, University of Leuven, and Swansea University. You can consult the different press releases by clicking the links below. (April, 2017)


Dr. Melanie Noel, Dr. Paul Arnold, Dr. Tonya Palermo, Dr. Joel Katz, Dr. Chris Sears, dr. Yannick Griep, & Dr. Nivez Rasic are awarded the Shaikh Family Research Award

Dr. Melanie Noel, Dr. Paul Arnold, Dr. Tonya Palermo, Dr. Joel Katz, Dr. Chris Sears, dr. Yannick Griep, & Dr. Nivez Rasic are awarded the Shaikh Family Research Award ($192,000) for their team proposal on "Identification of risk factors for chronic pain and disability in youth: An integrative approach (April, 2017).


Samantha Jones Is awarded SSHRC graduate scholarship

Samantha Jones is awarded the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Master's Scholarships ($17,500) aimed at developing research skills and assist in the training of highly qualified personnel by supporting students who demonstrate a high standard of scholarly achievement in undergraduate and graduate studies in the social sciences and humanities. (April, 2017)


Dr. Yannick Griep is Awarded the SSH Faculty Seed Grant

Dr. Yannick Griep is awarded the URGC Social Sciences and Humanities Faculty Seed Grant ($14,251) to further his work on dynamic processes underlying psychological contract evaluations in relation to health and well-being (March, 2017)


Dr. Yannick Griep is appointed to the Stress Research Institute of Stockholm University

Dr. Yannick Griep is appointed to the Stress Research Institute, Division of Epidemiology of Stockholm University as an affiliated member of faculty. The aim of the affiliation is to facilitate collaboration with the Stress Research Institute in research projects executed by the institute and/or result in mutual publications. (March, 2017)

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Dr. Yannick GrieP AND DR. TIM VANTILBORGH ARE INVITED TO GIVE A WORKSHOP ON DYNAMIC RESEARCH METHODS at Stockholm University

Dr. Yannick Griep and Dr. Tim Vantilborgh are invited to the Stress Research Institute of Stockholm University to give a 3-day workshop on dynamic research methods in Mplus and R studio. This workshop covered random coefficient modelling, latent growth modelling, discontinuous growth modelling, and latent class growth modelling. (January 2017)


Samantha Jones Is awarded the queen elisabeth II graduate scholarship

Samantha Jones is awarded the Queen Elisabeth II graduate (Master's) Scholarship ($7,200), rewarding the high level of achievement of students pursuing graduate studies in Alberta, Canada. (December, 2016)


Dr. Yannick Griep Receives the European Association of work and ORGANIzATIONAL psychologY small group meeting grant 

Dr. Yannick Griep receives the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Small Group Meeting Grant ($3,650) to organise a small group meeting on "Unravelling the role of time in psychological contract processes". This meeting was organised together with Dr. Michael Clinton, Dr. Neil Conway, Dr. Tim Vantilborgh, and Dr. Samantha D. Hansen at Kings College London. (November, 2016)


Dr. Yannick Griep's research is in the media

Dr. Yannick Griep was asked to collaborate with MindFWD to make a slideshare on how to deal with a broken promise at work. You can consult the full slideshare by clicking the link below. (November, 2016)


Dr. Yannick Griep IS INVITED TO GIVE A WORKSHOP ON DYNAMIC RESEARCH METHODS

Dr. Yannick Griep is invited to give a workshop on latent class growth curve modelling at the Biannual Psychological Contract Small Group Conference at Dublin City College in Dublin, Ireland. (July, 2016)


Anna Godollei receives the best paper award at AOM

Anna Gödöllei is awarded the prestigious Best Paper Award at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA. She received this award for the paper on "Gamified cognitive assessments in selection: Validity, discrimination and applicant reactions". (August, 2016)


Samantha Jones Is awarded the Janet Ingibergsson Memorial Award

Samantha Jones receives the Janet Ingibergsson Memorial Award ($1,o00); awarded to a student in the Social Sciences with a particular interest in Social Work awhile engaging in contributions to the Augustana Campus. (2015)


Sam Chow Is awarded the Canadian Psychological Association Certificate of Academic Excellence

Sam Chow receives the prestigious Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Certificate of Academic Excellence for his Master’s thesis on "A novel approach to employee recruitment: Gamification". (2015)


Anna Godollei Is AWARDED the SSHRC scholarship

Anna Gödöllei is awarded the prestigious SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Master's Scholarship ($17,500). The Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Master's Scholarships funding opportunity seeks to develop research skills and assist in the training of highly qualified personnel by supporting students in the social sciences and humanities who demonstrate a high standard of achievement in undergraduate and early graduate studies. (2015)


Dr. Yannick Griep Is awarded FWO funding for his research

Dr. Yannick Griep receives funding ($10,300) from the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO) for his work on "Psychological contract breach, identity threat and counterproductive work behaviour". (2015)


Dr. Yannick Griep Receives the European Association of work and ORGANIzATIONAL psychologY small group meeting grant 

Dr. Yannick Griep receives the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Small Group Meeting Grant ($5,100) to organise a small group meeting on "Capturing dynamics in workplace relationships". This meeting was organised together with Dr. Joeri Hofmans, Dr. Tim Vantilborgh, Dr. Sara De Gieter, and Dr. Roland Pepermans at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. (September, 2015)


Dr. Yannick Griep IS INVITED TO GIVE A talk on his research

Dr. Yannick Griep is invited to give a talk on physiological reactions to psychological contracts evaluations at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. (2015)


Anna Godollei Is AWARDED the university of CALGARY senate bursary and the Louise MCKINnEY SCHOLARSHIP 

Anna Gödöllei is awarded the University of Calgary Senate Bursary ($5,000) and the Louise McKinney Scholarship from the Alberta Scholarship Program ($2,500). These awards and scholarships are offered to students with superior academic achievement. (2014)


Samantha Jones Is awarded the Janet Ingibergsson Memorial Award and the jason lang scholarship

Samantha Jones receives the Janet Ingibergsson Memorial Award ($1,o00) and the Jason Lang Scholarship ($1,000). These awards and scholarships are offered to students with outstanding academic achievement and a particular interest in Social Work. (2014)


Anna Godollei Is AWARDED the John and anthony pearson memorial bursary and the jason lang SCHOLARSHIP 

Anna Gödöllei is awarded the John and Anthony Pearson Memorial Bursary ($2,800) and the Jason Lang Scholarship ($1,000). These awards and scholarships are offered to students with outstanding academic achievement. (2013)


Samantha Jones Is awarded the Alberta Blue Cross 50th Anniversary Bursary and the jason lang scholarship

Samantha Jones receives the Alberta Blue Cross 50th Anniversary Bursary for a student specialising in Psychology ($1,250) and the Jason Lang Scholarship ($1,000). These awards and scholarships are offered to students with outstanding academic achievement. (2013)


Samantha Jones Is awarded the Alberta Centennial scholarship 

Samantha Jones receives the Alberta Centennial Scholarship ($2,005) for her involvement in volunteer activities in and outside of school, citizenship, and community service. (2012)


Anna Godollei Is AWARDED the WINFRED Archibald Walter Bursary and the jason lang SCHOLARSHIP 

Anna Gödöllei is awarded the Wilfred Archibald Walter Bursary ($2,235) and the Jason Lang Scholarship ($1,000). These awards and scholarships are offered to students with outstanding academic achievement. (2012)


Anna Godollei Is AWARDED the jason lang SCHOLARSHIP 

Anna Gödöllei is awarded the Jason Lang Scholarship ($1,000) for her outstanding academic achievement. (2011)