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Developing Knowledge for Action
Working to Create a Just Society
Propelling Positive and Enduring Change
Addressing Complex Health and Social Challenges
Researchers in the Faculty of Community Services work in partnership with communities, policy makers and service providers to develop the knowledge and tools needed to create a just society.
By developing knowledge for action — and addressing complex challenges — we help create strong communities that advance health, social well-being and inclusion.
Jennifer Martin, Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Scholarly, Research and Creative (SRC) Activity
The Dimensions Pilot Program is a federal initiative to support post-secondary institutions seeking to increase equity, diversity and inclusion in scholarly, research and creative activities.
Get to know the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing Research Chair in Urban Health.
Learn to integrate social innovation into your teaching and research activities.
Coralee McLaren, former performing artist and current professor at the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, explores what children with diverse abilities can do in novel spaces.
A research video from Mehrunnisa Ali, professor, School of Early Childhood Studies, documents the memories of children from Syria who arrived in Canada as refugees.
Loree Erickson’s research on “queercrip” porn and care collectives is challenging cultures of undesirability. Erickson was the Ethel Louise Armstrong Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Disability Studies from 2018-2020.
A video developed for young caregivers by Kristine Newman, professor, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, and her team, on being prepared for an emergency.