Roads to Research: Second-Year DSocSci Students
Please join the second-year Doctor of Social Sciences students for this special Roads to Research session, where they will share their research with following poster presentations:
- Eric Boynton: Exploring Police Officers’ Perceptions of Recruitment Strategies Targeting Diversity & Inclusivity in Ontario, Canada
- Chris McIntosh: The Semiotics of EMS: A Cultural Ethnography
- Yvette Mucharraz: Earthquakes and Social Media, and the name is Yvette Mucharraz
- Kim Kendal: Hiding from the Storm: Exploring Teacher Perceptions on Climate Change
- Tess Kroeker: Stigma as a barrier for accessing health and social support services: a qualitative study of illicit opiate substance users
- Trisha Sarker: A Qualitative Study on the Relationship Between Physical Exercise and Academic Success for Post-Secondary Students in Canada
- Nina Beresford: Narrative Analysis of EMS Culture and Traumatic Experiences Within the Paramedic Population
- Chelsea Braybrook: Combat Bonds in the Information Age
- Nikki Bade: Fostering inclusive environments for Indigenous employees in Canadian organizations
- Jennifer Hillier: Mobile Learning in Higher Education
- Jenn Houtby-Ferguson: Fires and Floods: A comparative case analysis of Australia and British Columbia, Canada
- Nicolette Richer: Unsettling Diabetes with the Skwxwú7mesh stelmexw - Squamish People—Uncovering Social Determinants of Health to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes
Cookies and coffee 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.