Over the summer, FPA hosted several students in the Carleton University Research Opportunity Program (CUROP). We invite you to join us to learn more about what they discovered during their summer research internships.
- “Beaver Boxing: A site of collective healing and an archive of belonging” presented by Oliver Debney (Bachelor of Social Work student)
- “The Professional and Personal Lives of Correctional Officers: A Qualitative Study” presented by Rachel Park (Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice student)
- “Education Policy and Democratic Consolidation: The case of Post-Euromaidan Ukraine” presented by Kateryna Pashchenko (Bachelor of Global and International Studies with a specialization in Europe and Russia in the World, Minor in History student)
- “Analytical Research on China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Rethinking Hegemonic Transition Theory in Contemporary Times” presented by Alfredo Porco (Bachelor of Global and International Studies with a Specialization in Global Politics student)
- “Examining Discourse on Free Public Transit: Comparing Ottawa and Victoria” presented by Kirstin Pulles (Bachelor of Global and International Studies with a specialization in Global Development student)
- “The Impact of Immigration Pathway on Opportunities” presented by Katrina Valles (Bachelor of Global and International Studies with a concentration in Migration and Diaspora Studies student)
- “Labour Policy or Politics: The Impact of Canada’s Progressive Trade Agenda on Canadian Free Trade Agreements” presented by Hanna Williams (Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management; currently Masters of Arts, International Affairs student)
- “Acting in a climate of fear? How fear appeals generate public disengagement from climate change” presented by Brianna Chadourne (Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management student)
- “The Art of Resistance: Reflecting on participation in social and artistic movements” presented by Harar Hall (Bachelor of Global and International Studies; currently Masters of Arts, International Affairs student)
Learn more about the CUROP Program.
Register to attend:
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Borders + Migration Annual Lecture presented by Alison Mountz
The Great Delusion a Lecture by John J. Mearsheimer