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Research Recast(ed)

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Join hosts Brittany Ekelund and Dylan Cave as they explore the scholarly and creative activities happening at MacEwan University with a focus on how faculty influence and/or incorporate students, teaching and the larger community into their projects. Each episode, Brittany and Dylan are joined by a MacEwan faculty member to dive into their scholarly projects and bring them to life. Covering topics from theatre, community-based research and advocacy to mental health, neuroscience and everything in between. Created and funded in collaboration with MacEwan’s Office of Research Services and Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications.

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Welcome back to Research Recast(ed)! Today we talk about participatory research and working with the communities that you’re researching. We also talk about harm reduction, youth mental health and keeping kids safe. Joining us is Dr. Margot Jackson, ... more

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Today we learn about the link between leisure and belonging, and we talk autoethnography with Dr. Shemine Gulamhusein, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Child and Youth Care at MacEwan University. With a background in therapeutic recreation... more

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Today we learn about student stressors, coping with mental health in ourselves and others, and how professors are people too. Joining us in the studio is Lisa McKendrick-Calder, a registered nurse and an associate professor in the Faculty of Nursing.... more

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