Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Development Grant (SSHRC) (Jul. 2020). $62,823: Faculty perspectives on the future of higher education. Award #430-2020-00404. PI: Veletsianos

Canadian Institutes of Health Research Grant (CIHR). $477,683: Inoculating Against an Infodemic: Microlearning Interventions to Address COVID-19 Misinformation. Success rate: 12.5%. Award #435-2017-160. Operating Grant: Canadian 2019 Novel Coronavirus Rapid Research Funding Opportunity. PI: Veletsianos; Co-PIs: Hodson, J. (Royal Roads), Gruzd, A. (Ryerson); Collaboratos: Wellman, B. (U of Toronto); Mai, P. (Ryerson); Rivera, Y. (Rutgers); Li, Z. (Royal Roads).

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant (SSHRC) (Jul. 2020). $91,735: Motivation, Emotion Regulation, and Well-being in Post-secondary Faculty. Award #435-2020-0954. PI: Hall, N. Co- Applicants: Veletsianos, G., Wendt, d., Harley, J., Lariviere, V.; Collaborators: Hodson, J., Stupnisky, R.

Canada Research Chairs program. (2018-2023). $500,000:  Tier II national Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology.

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant (SSHRC) (Apr. 2020). $119,196: Online Harassment as a Barrier to Research Communication: An Intersectional Approach. Award #435-2020-0052. PI: Hodson, J. Co-PI: Veletsianos, G.

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant (SSHRC) (2017-2020). $145,635: Faculty members’ online participation and expression of self over time. Award #435-2017-160. PI: Veletsianos; Collaborator: Kimmons, R.

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant (SSHRC) (2017-2019). $61,160: Female academics’ experiences of harassment on social media. Award #430-2017-00104. PI: Veletsianos; Co-PI: Hodson, J.

Canada Research Chairs program (2013-2018). $500,000: Tier II national Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology.

National Science Foundation (Sep. 2014- Aug. 2017). $457,287: Project Engage: Training Secondary Teachers to Deliver Computer Science and Engineering Instruction. Award #1441009. Co-PIs: Calvin Lin, David Allen, Pauline Dow; Subcontract to Royal Roads University: Veletsianos (effort: 20%) http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1441009

National Science Foundation (Sep. 2011- Aug. 2014). $999,920: Project Engage!. Award #1138506. Co-PIs: Lin, C., Veletsianos (effort: 50%) http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward.do?AwardNumber=1138506

National Science Foundation (Jan. 2012- Dec. 2013). $248,699: Project: Adventure Learning Through Water and MOSS. Award #1135506. Co-PIs: Veletsianos, Miller, Eitel, Eitel (effort: 25%) http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward.do?AwardNumber=1135506

University of Texas at Austin (Jun 2011- Aug 2011). $12,000. Social Conversations Between Learners and Pedagogical Agents in Online Learning Contexts. Summer Research Assignment (internal grant). PI: Veletsianos

Swedish Knowledge Foundation (2009-2013).  ~$573,670. Digitala dialoger – interaktion med digitala karaktärer via PC och IST (Digital dialogues with pedagogical agents via PC and Interactive whiteboards). Co-applicant. Principal Investigator: Dr.  Gulz, A.

University of Texas at Austin, College of Education, Vision Award. 200 hours development time from the Learning Technologies Center. The ProblemSolver. PI: Veletsianos

University of Manchester, UK. (£2,450). An e-learning Innovation for Adaptive and Individualized Student Feedback. PI:  Veletsianos. Faculty Teaching Quality and Enhancement Funds, Faculty of Humanities

University of Manchester, UK. (£2,258). Harnessing Peace through Adventure Learning. PI: Veletsianos. Research Support Fund, School of Education.

University of Minnesota, MN, Graduate School ($22,000) – Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship – declined.

University of Minnesota, MN, Curriculum & Instruction Student Research Grant ($200). Aesthetics in Pedagogical Agents.

University of Minnesota, MN, Curriculum & Instruction Student Research Grant ($200). What is it like to converse with a machine?