Faculty of Social Work Research Events

 

Research Events


Upcoming Events


Papering Partnerships: Navigating Partnered Research

The Legal and Intellectual Property team of Research Services, UCalgary will be presenting in our Faculty on November 3rd at noon. The focus is on enhancing research partnerships, formalizing those partnerships, and "papering" partnerships for successful research engagement.  Please plan to attend, registration is not required:

Wednesday November 3, 12:00pm-1:00pm

https://ucalgary.zoom.us/j/98428028989
Passcode: 424070

For this event on November 3, you are welcome to initially watch an earlier presentation (offered May 2021) by this team (click here to access the recording and/or review attached slides). On Nov. 3, feel free to bring any questions, conundrums and experiences related to partnered research, agreements, etc. for a deeper discussion in this area. This topic is of importance given the many partnerships in our research. 

A few questions, as examples, to be addressed are:

  • What are potential risks within partnerships and research agreements, and what are ways to navigate these risks?
  • What partnership-focused supports are available in the University? 

We anticipate that this will be a highly relevant and practical session.  Please feel free to bring your questions/comments on this important component of research development and implementation.

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Lunch time FSW Research Series coming Fall, 2021

Starting in October 2021, the Faculty will offer 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: https://ucalgary.zoom.us/j/96406902023 
Passcode: 716870

Presentations/sessions all from Noon to 1 pm:

Nov 17

Student research 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


Dec 15

Linda Kreitzer: Facilitating International research as a Canadian: Opportunities and Challenges


Jan 19

Student research 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

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

Christine Walsh: Applications of Participatory Research Methods: Digital Storytelling

Mar 16

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


Apr 13

Student Presentations

·    Jen Merrick: Sense of Self in Mind and Body: A Trauma-informed Narrative Inquiry of Life Stories Told by Women with ADHD
·    Emma De Vynck: Exploring Spiritual Distress: The Experiences of Women of Evangelical Christian Backgrounds
·    Sandy Rao: Access for Mood Disorders: An Unfair Race


Apr 20

Natalie St-Denis: Indigenous Storytelling: Coming to Know Stories as Medicine


May 18

Student Presentations

·    Christina Tortorelli: Challenges and Opportunities for Knowledge Dissemination in Child Welfare Research
·     Serge Nyirinkwaya: Developing and Pilot Testing a Tree of Life Narrative Informed Intervention to Prevent and Respond to Adolescent Dating Violence in Co-educational High Schools in Rwanda


Jun 15

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