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programs emphasizes core knowledge in classical and contemporary social theories, social statistics,


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Dr. Ariel Ducey, PhD, associate professor, Faculty of Arts: Ducey, Dr. Martina Kelly, MD (family medicine) and Dr. Pratim Sengupta, PhD (learning sciences, Werklund) will examine the relationship between knowledge in the form of data, design of technologies and the sensory aspects of providing medical care.

The research project complements emerging studies of how work and services that have traditionally involved touch are being reconfigured by the emphasis on data-driven decisions and planning. The project will be a contribution to understanding, design, documenting, and archiving contemporary changes to the sensory infrastructure of our society — the nature of our embodied experiences and perceptions — and resulting effects on our behaviour toward one another and understanding of what it means to behave responsibly.

If you are a parent of a young child in Calgary, there’s a good chance you are aware, if not a user, of the many online resources for finding quick, convenient childcare. Online services connecting caregivers with clients have proliferated over the last decade, transforming the way people identify and hire caregivers for children and elderly or disabled family members.

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Doctoral student, Pedrom Nasiri has won the international Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) Social Action Initiative Award

Doctoral student, Pedrom Nasiri has won the international Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) Social Action Initiative Award. In addition to their research project on the lifeworlds of polyqueer families in Canada, Pedrom will now be conducting an intensive study of the social resilience of women in polyqueer families. This research, once compete, will be publicly available and disseminated widely across the United States and Canada, in addition to being featured prominently with SWS.


Doctoral student, Carieta Thomas has won the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship from SSHRC for her work on the effects of immigration laws and pre-screening technologies used by private employers on undocumented Caribbean women careworkers in the U.S. and Canada. This is one of the most prestigious graduate scholarships in Canada and Carieta is one of the 5 students, in the last four years, to win it at the University of Calgary in the SSHRC stream. Congratulations Carieta! We are proud of you.