Projects and Other Funding

2015: Manitoba Heritage Grants Program                           Amount Awarded: $5,500
Pre-Contact Artifact Identification and Inventory for Rural Museums-A Pilot Project

2014: BU Community Outreach Service                                Amount Awarded: $2,700
Rural Museum Archaeological Outreach

2014: BU-SSHRC Research Support                                      Amount Awarded: $23,300
Form, Function and an On-line Interactive Database

2012: BU-SSHRC Research Support                                      Amount Awarded: $10,000
Mastering the art of hot rock cooking and burned rock features

2011: BU-SSHRC Research Support                                       Amount Awarded: $15,198
Putting the Pieces Together: Determining the Function of Archaeological Pottery and Burned Rock Features from North America.

2010-2011: UM-SSHRC Research Grant                                Amount Awarded: $ 6,940
Co-applicant, (Award Holder: Dr. Kent Fowler, University of Manitoba)
Developing Identification Criteria for the Analysis of Organic Residues in Ancient African Ceramics. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB.

2005-2010: Canada Research Chair Tier II                                 Total Value: $500,000
Archaeological Residue and Functional Analyses
Department of Anthropology, Brandon University

2004-2006: Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Standard Research Grant                                                         Amount Awarded: $ 81,267
Co-applicant, (Award Holder: Dr. Lea Stirling, University of Manitoba)
Food Offerings, Health, and Society at the Roman Cemetery of Leptiminus (Lamta), Tunisia.

2004: National Science Foundation Award #0345619
Collaborator [Award Holder: J. A. Blakney-Bailey (Dr. J. T. Milanich, Advisor)] Doctoral Dissertation Research: Patterns of Practice-Foodways as an Archaeological Measure of Culture Change.

2003: Canada Foundation for Innovation New Opportunities Fund
CFI Award: $103, 435                                                                  Total Project: $ 258,589
Analysis of archaeological lipid residues using gas chromatography with flame-ionization and mass spectrometry.

2000-2003: Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Standard Research Grant                                                         Amount Awarded: $50,000
Establishing the Function of Precontact North American Pottery and Burned Rock Features: A New Perspective from Gas Chromatography.