If there is a universal experience among parents of teenagers right now, it is the recognition that: one, teenagers are spending a lot of time online, and two: we don’t completely understand what they are doing on there.
Last summer, graduate student Jamie Desautels travelled to Gjoa Haven, Nunavut, an Inuit hamlet on King William Island above the Arctic Circle. She was there to conduct focus groups on the importance of “country food” in Inuit culture and collect survey data on preferences and food consumption patterns.
By 2015, Rachel Gouin was Director of Research and Public Policy at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada after dedicating her career to advocating for vulnerable young people. That’s when she decided to apply for the Master of Political Management program.