Congratulations Dr. Rebecca Collins-Nelsen

Our former MA graduate Rebecca Collins-Nelsen has just received her PhD at McMaster University, and so is now officially a Doctor!   Congratulations Dr. Collins-Nelsen.

Congratulations Dr. R. Collins-Nelsen and Dr. A. Puddephatt.

Dr. R. Collins-Nelsen (co-authored by Dr. A. Puddephatt) just published an article, based on her MA research from her time at Lakehead, in one of the top Sociology journals in Canada.
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Gender, Artifacts, and Ritual Encounters: The Case of Tomboy Tools Sales Parties

  • First Published: 23 October 2018

Congratulations to our past graduate students for their recent scholarly publications!

Please see Lisa Alaimo, Lori Chambers, and Antony Puddephatt's paper "Images of Marie Curie: How Reputational Entrepreneurs Shape Iconic Identities," in Engaging Science and Technology Studies, 4: 8-21.

See also Antony Puddephatt and Taylor Price's paper titled "Symbolic Interaction, Public Sociology, and the Potential of Open-Access Publishing," Qualitative Sociology Review, 13(4): 142-158.

and Taylor Price and Antony Puddephatt's article "Power, Emergence, and the Meanings of Resistance: Open-Access Scholarly Publishing in Canada," Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 48: 95-115.

Congratulations to HBA student Mario Koeppel

Congratulations to HBA student Mario Koeppel, who has won the Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities Undergraduate Student Conference oral presentation for Research & Innovation Week 2019. 
The title of his talk was "School Food Philosophies: Revisioning the School Food Environment", based on his undergraduate research project with Dr. Barbara Parker.