Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Switch-up: Finding a New Supervisor

Hey folks! In my last post, I told you a little bit about the direction I was hoping to take as I develop my PhD research project. My work before this has been grounded in Canadian sociologies of religion, feminist

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Committing To a Research Topic

I came to the realization this past spring that I am a commitment-phobe. I was in class when my professor announced that she wanted to make sure that everyone was on track in their program, so she asked that everyone

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Who we are and what we do: Atif Edition!

I’m an Epidemiologist. Contrary to popular belief, that doesn’t mean I’m a skin doctor. Epidemiology is a broad field that encompasses methods and techniques used to address health issues that affect populations. Or, put more eloquently “Epidemiology is the study

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Who we are and what we do: Megan

If I ever have to describe myself, I usually use the term “free spirit”. It is this part of my character that has brought me to live on four continents, seek adventure, and meet some incredible people along the way.

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Who we are and what we do: Shar’s take

I started to answer this question of ‘who we are and what we do’ by calling on some of the markers that I’ve been trained to think about through an education steeped in feminist thought, but then I thought of

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Gradifying Poll

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How connected do you feel to a community of other graduate students at Queen's?