Contacts

Eva Dodsworth

Geospatial Data Services Librarian
Eva Dodsworth
519-888-4567 x36931
Location: 
LIB 328B

Eva Dodsworth's research interests include deep mapping historical cartographic material and Historical Geographic Information Systems (HGIS).

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Affiliated researchers

Sebastian Filep

Senior lecturer
Sebastian Filep
Location: 
Dunedin, New Zealand

Sebastian Filep’s research focuses on investigations of individual well-being, happiness, and flourishing in tourism contexts, primarily drawing from the field of positive psychology.

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Troy D. Glover

Professor and Healthy Communities Research Network Director
Troy Glover
519-888-4567 x33097
Location: 
BMH 2110

Troy Glover's research explores the role(s) of leisure in advancing or deterring community, primarily through the development of social capital and transformative placemaking.

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Taryn Graham

Doctoral student
Taryn Graham with her dog

Taryn Graham's research aims to promote health in urban communities via pet animals.

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Tom Griffin

Assistant Professor
Tom Griffin
(416) 959-5000, ext. 7935

Tom Griffin examines residents' participation in tourism, particularly through hosting friends and relatives, and implications for destination marketing, placemaking, and community integration.

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Dan Henhawk

Doctoral candidate
519-761-2664
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Graduate students

Amanda Johnson

Assistant Professor
Amanda Johnson
Location: 
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Amanda Johnson's research focuses on community-based meanings of public leisure spaces.

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Julian Macnaughton

Doctoral student
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Rebecca Mayers

Master's Degree Student
Rebecca Mayers

Rebecca Mayers is interested in exploring how walkability affects city life and enables urban lifestyle choices.

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Graduate students

Cathy McAllister

Community researcher
Cathy McAllister

Cathy McAllister is interested in finding ways to connect children, nature and their communities. Her doctoral thesis for the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning was entitled: “Where have all the children gone? Community, Nature and the Child Friendly City.”

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Diana C. Parry

Associate Professor
Diana Parry
519-888-4567 x33468
Location: 
BMH 2114

Diana Parry's research advances social justice by advocating for a holistic understanding and conceptualization of health for women.

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Zara Rafferty

Lecturer
Zara Rafferty
519-888-4567 x35019
Location: 
BMH 2202

Zara Rafferty focuses on experiential education, child and youth development, inclusion, leisure, and the arts.

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William P. Stewart

Professor
Bill Stewart
Location: 
Champaign, Illinois

Bill Stewart's goals for both teaching and research are to facilitate the development of parks and other environmental settings to improve quality of life and community well being.

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Bronwen Valtchanov

Doctoral candidate
Bronwen Valtchanov
Location: 
BMH 2222

Bronwen Valtchanov studies women's social connections in marginalized communities.

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Graduate students

Earl Walker

Doctoral student
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