Emilia Ganslandt
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Emilia Ganslandt, (Environmental Studies), Exploring the Methods and Goals of the Young Climate Movement

While the young climate movement has gained increasing attention in popular media, the movement is still largely absent from the climate literature. The studies that have been done tend to focus on one type of activism and not include the voices of activists themselves. This research aims to understand what motivations lie behind these organizations […]

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Saskia de Wildt
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Saskia de Wildt, (Environmental Studies) – Exploring Polar Bear Research as Ethical Space, Practice and Process of Engagement (between science and Indigenous knowledge)

I examine what affective change towards an ethical space, process and practice of engagement can be achieved in polar bear research and management through aesthetic action?  For more information on Saskia’s work go to her website – https://www.gingertheworld.com/

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Hilal Kara
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Hilal Kara, PhD candidate in Geography and Planning, on Precarious Work Among Young Graduates in Turkey: A Gendered Spatial and Temporal Analysis

Situating itself within the context of the COVID-19 outbreak that crystallizes the blurring separation between life and work, this paper explores how young graduates living in the urban in Turkey navigate uncertainty in the face of the shifting the meaning of work and education, increasing precarity and the rise of mental health issues associated with […]

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Lama Moukahal
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Lama Moukahal, Postdoctoral Fellow (Computing) – Cybersecurity of Automotive Systems

In an era of connectivity and automation, the vehicle industry is adopting various technologies to transfer driver-centric vehicles to intelligent mechanical devices driven by software components. However, software integration and network connectivity inherit numerous security issues. Despite the raised necessity to adopt security methodologies during the development of automotive systems, we notice a lack of […]

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Stephanie Woolridge, PhD candidate in Clinical Psychology – Improving outcomes following early-episode psychosis

People experiencing psychosis identify intimate/romantic/sexual relationships as integral to their well-being, quality of life, and recovery. However, the experience of psychotic symptoms, cognitive deficits, and stigma during early episode psychosis disrupts one’s ability to develop the interpersonal skills, mastery, and confidence necessary to form these relationships.

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