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Attend Researching the City to hear from Education alumni and students

October 28, 2015
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Learn how research done by Faculty of Education students enrolled in the Curriculum & Instruction: Equity Studies in Education Masters program as well as a few of our alumni, makes an impact on our city at Simon Fraser University's 2015 Community Summit, Researching the City.

Presented in partnership with SFU Vancouver and related faculties, departments, schools, programs and institutes, this storytelling event will showcase how research activities have a positive impact on cities – in public policy, economic development, social justice, health and well-being. We will look at how university research contributes to and learns from the city's communities.

Event Details

Friday, October 30 2015

5:30 – 6:45 pm: Showcase
SFU Vancouver Harbour Centre, Concourse & Teck Gallery

7:00 – 9:00 pm: Storytelling
SFU Vancouver Harbour Centre, Room 1400

RSVP required. Click here for more information or to register. 

Faculty of Education student presenters:

  • Evan Damkjar
    No Vacancy, short term rentals in the City of Vancouver
  • Hollman Lozano
    Reworking Non-Forgiveness
  • Jesse Brown
    Fostering inclusive communities of young leaders, how youth-driven community building improves public health -  YouthCO HIV & Hep C Society case study

  • Madeline Brewster and Sarah Shove
    The City Before the City
  • Nikki Zawadzki
    LGBT2Q+ Inclusion: creating spaces where we all are welcome
  • Victoria Lam and Mark Touzeau
    Foucault in the City

Faculty of Education alumni presenters:

  • Jasmine Scarf, MA 2014
    Creative Publics: Art-making inspired by the federal election
  • Milena Droumeva, PhD 2015
    Listening to the city: researching sound and media cultures