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  • January 09, 2024

    January 09, 2024

    This article is co-authored by Reilla Archibald, Jordan Sullivan, and Travis Salway. Reilla was an MPH student at SFU Faculty of Health Sciences. As an ally, she supported Jordan’s work, including data collection and analysis of interview findings. Jordan is a survivor of conversion practices and the Conversion Practice Prevention and Survivor Support Coordinator at the Community-Based Research Centre. Travis is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at SFU.

  • April

  • April 09, 2024

    April 09, 2024

    This article is authored by Dr. Dana Lepofsky, a Professor in the Department of Archaeology at SFU, who is also the recipient of our 2023 Community-Engaged Research Achievement Award, with a focus on understanding long-term relationships between people and their environment.

  • April 23, 2024

    April 23, 2024

    This article is authored by Madeleine Hebert. Madeleine leads housing research projects at Happy Cities, working with professionals and communities to develop solutions to improve social connectedness, resilience, and wellbeing. Her work promotes collaborative approaches and ensures that spaces provide equitable opportunities for everyone.

  • May

  • May 14, 2024

    May 14, 2024

    This article is authored by Kirsten Bradford, who is part of the Fall 2023 cohort of CER Funding Program participants. Alongside collaborators from five First Nations, Bradford is co-producing a paper with the intention to re-awaken Indigenous salmon stream caretaking knowledge. The collaboration is intended as a landing point for Indigenous Peoples in their work to restore their salmon streams and the relationships, rights, and responsibilities tied to those streams.

  • July

  • July 09, 2024

    July 09, 2024

    This article is authored by Emily Blyth, who was part of the 2023 cohort of CERi's Graduate Fellowship Program. She is a PhD student with the Faculty of Health Sciences and uses arts-based and interdisciplinary approaches to study the differential health impacts related to media exposures to police violence. This article details her journey with the CERi Graduate Fellowship Program and how she learned to incorporate community-engagement in her work.

  • July 09, 2024

    July 09, 2024

    This Q+A is taken from an interview conducted by Tara Mahoney (SFU CERi) on the collaboration between CityHive and the Community Scholars Program. The interviewees included Heather De Forest and Dana McFarland from the Community Scholars Program and Joanne Nellas and Giulia Belotti from CityHive. The interview has been edited for brevity.

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