Do you want to learn how to mine data from Twitter? Join Chetna Khandelwal (MA Candidate) and the YYC Ethnography Lab on February 25 at 3pm (MST) to practice using NVivo to mine Twitter and New Media data. To prepare for this workshop, ensure that you have the latest version of NVivo, the NCapture addon … More Learn How to Mine Data with NVivo!
The YYC Ethnography Lab is launching their Innovative Strategies Series as a way for burgeoning and established scholars to promote their innovative research strategies. Join me and the YYC Ethnography Lab on 6 March 2021 at 5pm (MST) to hear from Melanie Jong (MA Candidate, Sociology) about some of the innovative strategies she employed to … More Innovative Research Strategies
I am absolutely thrilled to announce the launch of YYC Ethnography Lab, a Calgary-based resource hub for the promotion of ethnographic research methods. With an emphasis on experiential learning, YYC Ethnography Lab is a brilliant space for students and community members to refine theoretical skills free-of-charge. Our first online course will be held on January … More YYC Ethnography Lab Launches!
Join the Conversation on December 9, 2020, to discuss narrative therapy, self-care, and mindfulness practices. This conversation is hosted through Zoom by the Sociology Graduate Student Caucus and will be facilitated by the brilliant Tiffany Sostar. This conversation is open to all.
The Join the Conversation Series of Presentation and Workshops run by the Sociology Graduate Student Caucus will be hosting a workshop on data management systems on November 30th at 6pm MST. This conversation series is open to all graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Calgary.
Trans Day of Remembrance, 2020. Click the image to check out my newly released article (co-written with the brilliant Jamie Anderson) for Trans Day of Remembrance. Content note: Discussions of Trans and Racial Violence, and a list of names of some Trans kin who were lost this year.
Join me, and the brilliant Chetna Khandelwal, Michelle Robinson, and Shelley Nearing on November 9, from 7-9 pm MST, for a much needed discussion about some of the salient issues surrounding digital activism.
The Department of Sociology Graduate Student Caucus, at the University of Calgary, will be hosting the Graduate Student Research Symposium on: March 4th and 5th, 2021. Check out the poster below, spread the news, and remember to save the date. More information, including a call for proposals, will be coming soon!
On September 24th, 2020, from 12-1:30pm, the SGSC will be hosting a Panel Presentation on the subject of applying to SSHRC,. This panel is open to all UCalgary Graduate Students in the Department of Sociology. These panel presentations will focus on peer advice about the application process, such as writing strategies for clarity and direction, … More SGSC Panel Presentation and Workshop: SSHRC