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Barbra Horsefall defends "Urban Indigenous Two-Spirit Womxn’s Experiences with Ceremony: A Journey of Witnessing, Reflection, and Convergence through Story" for the MA in Conflict Analysis and Management

Public Notice of the Thesis Defence for the Degree of  Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Managment

Barbra Horsefall defends “Urban Indigenous Two-Spirit Womxn’s Experiences with Ceremony: A Journey of Witnessing, Reflection, and Convergence through Story  ”

  • School of Humanitarian Studies
  • Date/Time: December 3, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (PST)
  • Venue: VideoConference
  • Supervisor: Dr. Jennifer Leason

Please note:  If you are interested in attending the defence remotely, you will need to contact the Theses and Dissertations Manager (a minimum of five working days in advance) to obtain log-in information.  

Jessica Havens defends "Talking Each Other Home: Leadership and Cultural Safety in MAiD" for the MA in Leadership Health

Public Notice of the Dissertation Defence for the Degree of  MA in Leadership Health

Jessica Havens defends “Talking Each Other Home: Leadership and Cultural Safety in MAiD”

  • School of Leadership Studies
  • Date/Time: December 8, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (PST)
  • Venue:  VideoConference
  • Supervisor: Dr. Cheryl Heykoop

Please note:  If you are interested in attending the defence remotely, you will need to contact the Theses and Dissertations Manager  (a minimum of five working days in advance) to obtain log-in information.  

James (Chris) McIntosh defends "A Visual Narrative Inquiry of Paramedic Identity in Alberta" for the Doctor of Social Sciences

Public Notice of the Dissertation Defence for the Degree of  Doctor of Social Sciences

James (Chris) McIntosh defends “A Visual Narrative Inquiry of Paramedic Identity in Alberta”

  • College of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Date/Time: December 9, 2021 at 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (PST)
  • Venue: VideoConference
  • Supervisor: Dr. Brigitte Harris

Please note:  If you are interested in attending the defence remotely you will need to contact the Theses and Dissertations Manager (a minimum of five working days in advance) to obtain log-in information.  

Kerrie Green defends "How Gender-mainstreamed Spatial Programming in Emergency Shelters can Mitigate Gender-based Violence Against Women Following Disaster Events" for the MA in Disaster and Emergency Management

Public Notice of the Thesis Defence for the Degree of  Master of Arts in Disaster and Emergency Management

Kerrie Green defends “How Gender-mainstreamed Spatial Programming in Emergency Shelters can Mitigate Gender-based Violence Against Women Following Disaster Events”

  • School of Humanitarian Studies
  • Date/Time: December 16, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (PST)
  • Venue: VideoConference
  • Supervisor: Dr. Tim Haney

Please note:  If you are interested in attending the defence remotely, you will need to contact the Theses and Dissertations Manager (a minimum of five working days in advance) to obtain log-in information.