Jacqueline Kennelly

Research Grants

Kennelly, J. (Principal Investigator, 2021 to 2023). Looking South (and slightly North-East) for school-based prevention ideas: An international comparative policy and practice analysis in Canada, Australia, Wales, and the United States. Making the Shift: Youth Homelessness Social Innovation Lab, Tri-Council Funded Canadian Network Centres of Excellence, $185,836.

Leviten-Reid, Catherine (PI), J. Kennelly (Co-I), with M. Dechman, X. Leloup, P. Gurstein, B. Parker, S. Buhler, I. Findlay, N. Muhajarine, and L. Silver.(2020 to 2025),People, Places, Policies and Prospects: Affordable Rental Housing for Those in Greatest Need. Joint Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)-SSHRC Partnership Grant, $1,308,314.

Kennelly, J. (Principal Investigator, 2019 to 2022). Working upstream to prevent and end youth homelessness: mapping existing policies and practices to build better educational responses in Canada. SSHRCPartnership Development Grant, $199,550. Partners: Canadian Observatory on Homelessness, A Way Home Canada, Alliance to End Homelessness Ottawa, The Raft (Niagara Youth Services). Collaborators: Homelessness Partnering Strategy (Employment and Social Development Canada), Hannah Dyer (Brock University), Stephanie Baker Collins (McMaster University), Ann Fudge Schormans (McMaster University). 

N. Nichols (PI) & Kennelly, J. (Co-I), (2019 to 2021), Building from experience: Youth-led strategies for homelessness prevention and housing stabilization. SSHRC Insight Development Grant, $62,279. 

Kennelly, J., N. Nichols, C. Forchuk, K. Tillecjek (Co-theme leads, 'Prevention and Early Intervention of Youth Homelessness', 2019 to 2024), Making the Shift: Youth Homelessness Social Innovation Lab,Tri-Council Funded CanadianNetwork Centres of Excellence. $17.5 million over five years. Lead organizations: Canadian Observatory on Homelessness (S. Gaetz, scientific director) and A Way Home Canada (M Redman, CEO).

Levitan-Reid, Catherine (PI), J. Kennelly, Collaborator; alongside several other co-applicants and collaborators from universities and community organizations across Canada. 2019 to 2020. An evaluation of affordable housing programs for those in greatest need. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)-SSHRC Partnership Development Grant, $79,476. – to develop a five year Partnership Grant application.

Fai, Stephen (PI), J. Kennelly, Collaborator; alongside several other collaborators from across Carleton University; 2019 to 2020. Urban Futures: intra/inter. Multidisciplinary Research Catalyst Fund, Carleton University, $50,000. 

Kennelly, J. (Principal Investigator, September 2018 to February 2019). Schools as Potential Sites of Prevention & Intervention for Youth Homelessness. MITACS Accelerate Program. $15,000 for 6 month graduate internship. In collaboration with the United Way Ottawa and the United Way St. Catharine’s. 

Kennelly, J. (Principal Investigator, November 2017 to October 2018) Coming Up Together (CUT): Towards Ending and Preventing Youth Homelessness in Ontario, Canada and Beyond. SSHRC Connections grant, for the Coming Up Together conference, Feb 20-22. 2018. $25,000; additional matching funds of $5000 provided by Carleton University (FASS and VPRI).

Kennelly, J. (Principal Investigator, November 2016 to April 2017). Integrating insights, expanding knowledge: supporting the community strategy to prevent and end youth homelessness in Ottawa. MITACS Accelerate Program. $15,000 for 6 month graduate internship. In collaboration with the Alliance to End Homelessness Ottawa.  

Kennelly, J. (Principal Investigator, January to September, 2016). Enhancing Youth Engagement as part of the Community Strategy to Prevent and End Youth Homelessness in Ottawa. MITACS Accelerate Program. $15,000 for 6 month graduate internship. In collaboration with the Alliance to End Homelessness Ottawa.  

Kennelly, J. (Principal Investigator, 2014 to 2016). Encountering democracy: low income Canadian youthsperspectives on citizenship and democratic processes. New Civics Inititative, Spencer Foundation (based in Chicago, Illinois). $39,823 over 2 years.

Westheimer, Joel and John Rogers (Principal Investigators), with Larry Cuban, Michelle Fine, Patricia Gandara, Henry Giroux, Jacqueline Kennelly and Rashmita Mistry (Collaborators). (2013). Learning about inequality in Canada, the United States and Mexico. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Insight Grant. 

Kennelly, J. (Principal Investigator, 2010 to 2013). Olympic Games, urban change, and youth cultures: investigating Olympic impacts on low-income young people in Vancouver and London. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Standard Research Grant (Value: $76,891 over 3 years).