Roads to Research: DSocSci Student Poster Presentations

12:00PM to 1:00PM August 22, 2018
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Library Showcase Space
Roads to Research: DSocSci Student Poster Presentations

Please join us in the Library's Showcase space on Wednesday, August 22 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. to view the posters created by DSocSci students in residency. To give you a taste of what's to come, the poster titles are:

  • Trust = Collaboration ??? (Sarafia Ahlstrom)
  • Creative Engagement, Youth In Research and Policy Development (Mark Altermann)
  • The Evolving Role of Audit Committees in Public Performance Reporting  (Tanya Bowerman)
  • First Nations Geomatics (Francis Cadeau)
  • Historical Mi’gmaq Land Use and Occupancy in New Brunswick (Luke deMarsh)
  • Uncovering the Nexus of Homophobia and Misogyny - Workplace Harassment and Discrimination as Experienced by Gender Non-Conforming Lesbians (Michelle Hamilton-Page)
  • The Hidden Housing Crisis – Staff Housing in Resort Communities (Mandy Hansen)
  • Mental Health and the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) (Monica Hinton)
  • Climate Change Adaptation: Complex Adaptive Organizations (Brooks Hogya)
  • Creating a Meaningful Digital Place for Connection. "The RRU Railroad": Connecting People and Things Through Engaging Technologies. "Creation of a Digital Space for Connection for Global Social Science Research Practitioners" (Calum Hughes)
  • Democracy, Human Rights and Governance after the Duvalier Dictatorship (1957-1986): The Continuing Dilemma of Poverty in Haiti (Pierre Jeune)
  • Filip(ino) Story: Tell Me Your Story for Your Words Shape Who You Are, Who I Am, and Who We Can Become (Astrid Kuhn)
  • Heart 2 Heart: A Transplant Journey (Heather Lannon)
  • Telling a Different Story: A Counter-Narrative on Black Students’ Experiences at Canadian Community Colleges and Universities  (Carla Moore)
  • Who’s Parity is it? Persistent Gender Inequity in Leadership   (Jackie Scales)
  • Siwen, the First Thing Before Anything Else: Defining Reconciliation from a Hul’qumi’num Perspective (Shana Thomas)
  • Phenomenology of Place Among Edmonton’s Creative Workers (Craig Thomas)
  • Examining Trail User Conflict: Shared Pathways of the Kettle Valley Railway Trail System (Amy Tucker)

We look forward to a vibrant discussion between students and the Royal Roads community! Coffee, tea and cookies will be provided.

Research Services gratefully acknowledges the funding support of the Research Support Fund (RSF) in the development of this initiative.
The RSF is administered by the Tri-Agency Institutional Programs Secretariat.