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Candi Raudebaugh, DSc in Rehabilitation Health Leadership, supervised by Dr Marcia Finlayson and Dr Kathleen Norman

Topic: Life Skills Training For Therapy Assistant Students Overview:  College students often struggle with basic life skills such as coping skills and managing finances, leading to challenges with coping, academic performance, practicum, and employability. Rehabilitation students who are expected to work on life skills with clients can face particular challenges if they lack experience or competence in these areas themselves, […]

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Siobhan Speiran, PhD in Environmental Studies, supervised by Dr Alice Hovorka

Topic: The Lives of Monkeys in Costa Rican Sanctuaries Overview:  Despite Costa Ricas’ ‘green’ reputation, their monkey populations are at risk. My work addresses the call for interdisciplinary in tourism research by drawing on animal welfare, conservation, tourism and animal studies to understand the entangled lives of monkeys and humans, and what a ‘good life’ looks like for […]

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Brianna Bradley, PhD in Chemical Engineering, supervised by Dr Carlos Escobedo

Topic: Microfluidics for cell studies Overview:  The microfluidic devices are well suited for the study of individual cells since the small scale of operation allows for the manipulation of these cells. Microfluidic devices can be used to sort and isolate individual cells for analysis as well as to create different on-chip conditions to study the cells’ responses. […]

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