Dr. Juliana West’s research is timely and important for expanding and deepening the role of Social Work in reconciliation in Canada. Dr. West’s research, “What Canadian Schools of Social Work do to Recruit, Retain, and Support Indigenous Students,” is supported through a recently-awarded Thompson Rivers University research grant.
Dr. Daphne Jeyapal continues to explore and critique representations of transnational resistance. Her research project entitled “Transnational resistance in the digital age: Developing a conceptual framework” is supported through a recently-awarded Thompson Rivers University research grant.
The Critical Cross-Border Conversations (CCC) Group has won the endorsement of Thompson Rivers University. This is a significant scholarly initiative that will provide a truly cross-disciplinary academic forum using cutting-edge communication strategies that draw on the very best of TRU’s Open Learning assets. Researchers will be brought together to advance scholarship concerned with social justice,…
Dr. Daphne Jeyapal’s new article on representations of transnational resistance was just published in a special issue of Intersectionalities focusing on the ethics and politics of knowledge production. Click here for Daphne’s article and other fascinating papers on power, politics, and knowledge.
Associate Professor Jeanette Robertson has conducted research into professional suitability in Social Work. She has been awarded a Thompson Rivers University research grant to support her project, titled Models of assessment on professional suitability in Canadian Social Work.
Dr. Roderick McCormick, BC Innovation Council Chair in Aboriginal Health and national expert in First Nations mental health, says that what is especially valuable about a new report released by Statistics Canada is how it links the intergenerational trauma associated with residential schools to thoughts of suicide.