Here is the great line-up for the people who presented their work on the Researching the City event:
Am Johal - Community Engagement and Partnership Building: Research in Progress
Duncan Low - Do Creative City Policies Support the Professional arts?
Eugene McCann - The city is here and elsewhere: Researching and teaching ‘glocal’ geographies of ideas
Kiri Bird - Engaging with SFU: a User-Centered Perspective
Mark Friesen - Democracy and the City: civic groups and decision-making
Rebecca Zappelli - Collective Impact in mental health & substance use
Scott Neufeld - Growing Vancouver’s Aboriginal Focus School By Understanding Parents’ Perceptions
Shauna Sylvester - Dialogue and Deliberation in the City
Stephanie Allen - Black Strathcona: A Legacy of Place Destruction, An Opportunity for Place-Making
Stuart Poyntz - Digital Frictions: Learning, dwelling and imagining in media cities
Tara Mahoney & Jasmine Scarf - Creative Publics: Art-making inspired by the federal election
Tessa Cheng and Brittany Barker - Researching HIV/AIDS: A story of hope and health in Vancouver
Tracey Friesen - OUR CITY, YOUR VOICE. Roundhouse 98.3 Vancouver: Radio as a Force for Good?
Andrew Wister - Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging: Advancing the Science of Population Health and Aging Through Interdisciplinary Research
Catherine Bigonnesse - The Role of Neighbourhood Physical and Social Environments on Aging in Place: A Preliminary Conceptual Framework
Darren Proulx & Samuel Baron - Maximizing the Return on Public Investments by Building Slow Streets
Don Shafer - OUR CITY, YOUR VOICE. Roundhouse 98.3 Vancouver: Radio as a Force for Good?
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
Judith Garay - 20.20.20
Keane Gruending & Molly Henry - Communications and Program Manager, Renewable Cities, SFU Centre for Dialogue
Laura Booi - Dementia: from the Village to the W.H.O.
Laura Kadowaki - A Critical Analysis of Home and Community Care in BC: Lessons from Canada and Abroad
Madeline Brewster & Sarah Showe - The City Before the City
Meghan Winters and Mandana Salimian - Linking City Building with Health: Engaging Health Sciences Students with the City of Vancouver's Health City Strategy
Mei Lan Fang - Short Title: Voicing Relocation Stories for Change
Milena Droumeva - Listening to the City: Researching Sound and Media Cultures
Nikki Zawadzki - LGBT2Q+ Inclusion: Creating Spaces where We All are Welcome
Peter Hall - Making Connections on the Waterfront: a Worker-Community-Academic Partnership
Sarah Canham - Creating and Designing Home In and Around Residential Care
Sharon Koehn - Promoting Quality of Life of Older Adults in Assisted Living - the Role of the City.
Shaughnessy Sturdy - From Government to Governance: The City of Toronto’s Role in Immigrant Settlement Service Coordination
Tara Mahoney & Jasmine Scarf - Creative Publics: Art-making Inspired by the Federal Election
Victoria Lam & Mark Trouzeau - Foucault in the City
Weina Jin - Serious Game for Serious Disease: Diminishing Stigma of Depression via Game Experience