Lunchtime FSW Research Series

The Faculty is offering a monthly 'lunch hour' research sessions on Zoom for faculty and sessional instructors, doctoral students and MSW thesis students (and interested others). The series will intersperse research topical sessions with opportunities (every second month) for doctoral students and MSW thesis students to present to us all on their research. 

Join via Zoom: 
Passcode: 716870

Presentations/sessions all from Noon to 1 pm:

May 18

Student Presentations

·    Christina Tortorelli: Challenges and Opportunities for Knowledge Dissemination in Child Welfare Research
·     Serge Nyirinkwaya: Inviting Playfulness to Amplify Possibilities in Social Work Research

Jun 15

COVID-19 Impact Panel - Research Initiatives: Gina Dimitropoulos, Heather Boynton, Patricia Samson, Jeannette Waegemakers Shiff, Jennifer Hewson.

Lunch & Learn Recordings

Did you miss a recent session? Not to worry, you can access it here:

Dec. 15, 2021 – Christine Walsh, Amber Dukart and Alison Grittner: Applications of Participatory Research Methods: Photovoice

Nov. 17, 2021 – Student Presentations: Saleema Salim: The Experiences of Muslim Female Students in the Social Work Programs in Western Canada; Keeta Gladue: Wayfinding: Indigenous Research and Non-linear Paths

Oct. 20, 2021 – Hieu Ngo, Beth Archer-Kuhn, Liza Lorenzetti & David Nicholas: Research and Teaching Integration 

Jan. 19, 2022 - Student Presentations 

  • Brooke Allemang: Partnering with Young Adults in Health Research: Lessons Learned from the READY2Exit Study
  • Maria Socorro Mangila-Nguyen: Narratives of 1.5G Filipinx Youth Negotiating Ethno-Cultural Identities in Metro Vancouver

Feb. 9, 2022 Student Presentations

  • Jill Ciesielski: Exploring Perspectives of Social Work Practitioners Using Spirituality in Practice
  • Erin Leveque and Maimuna Khan: Theorizing Madness: Welcoming Mad Studies to Social Work Research and Practice
  • Jill Hoselton: White Femininity in Community-Based Social Work: A Critical Autoethnography and Discourse Analysis

Feb 16, 2022Linda Kreitzer: Facilitating International research as a Canadian: Opportunities and Challenges

March 16, 2022 Student Presentations

  • Zipporah Greenslade: Racial Consciousness as Incidental to Social Work Education: A Critical Race Analysis of Transformative Learning
  • Amber Young: Thinking about Sound as Method in Autism Research

April 13, 2022  Student Presentations

Student Presentations

April 20, 2022 -  Aamir Jamal and Liza Lorenzetti: Qualitative Research Methods