News archive - January 2022

Friday, January 28, 2022

SSHRC funding and ethics clearance for the OPP School Resource Officer Program Review

Recent challenges on the use of School Resource Officers (SRO) brought to the forefront the absence of evidence on the effectiveness of police officers in schools and the negative impact on youth, especially for Black, Indigenous, racialized, and vulnerable youth. Our understanding is limited as prior research is largely culture and race absent.

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Professor Janice Aurini Undertakes New Research on Post-Secondary Student Transfers

In a new partnership with the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT), Dr. Aurini and her research team are investigating post-transfer experiences of university and college transfer students. This multi-year qualitative research study will capture university and college students' post-transfer experiences and how they may vary by pathway (e.g., vertical, lateral, reverse, and swirler) and region. This project incorporates a longitudinal design to capture student transfer as a multi-faceted social process.

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Associate or Full Professors, Indigenous Excellence - Tier 1 Canada Research Chair - Open to All Disciplines (Tenure-Track/Tenured)

Date advertised: January 25, 2022

Tenured/Tenure-Track, Professors/Associate Professors

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC), Associate OR Full Professor Positions

Located in the heart of Waterloo Region, the University of Waterloo is at the forefront of innovation and home to world-class research and inspired teaching. The University is seeking exceptional scholars and researchers for up to six Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) opportunities, dependent on funding, across all six faculties (Arts, Engineering, Environment, Health, Mathematics, or Science).

Thursday, January 20, 2022

New Book Co-authored by Associate Prof. Jennifer L. Schulenberg

Dr Schulenberg has co-authored (with Laura Huey and Jacek Koziarski) Policing Mental Health: Public Safety and Crime Prevention in Canada (Springer, 2022). Drawing on the results of two ethnographies on police practice, this book addresses the important question of why mental illness has become ‘police property’ and for decades the de facto response to a health and social problem.

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