2014-15 Seminars

Second Wednesday of the month, 12:00 – 1:00
Wendy Patrick Room

(coffee served, bring your lunch)

The CRCF Research Seminars provide an opportunity for faculty, visiting scholars and graduate students to share and discuss their research. One presentation will be scheduled for each meeting. Presenters are encouraged to use the seminar to discuss preliminary results, data interpretation issues and methodological questions arising from their research.

Date                  

Presenter                                   

Topic

Wednesday,
October 15, 2014

Ben Mathews

The first national Australian study of child abuse and neglect: key findings over a 10 year period

Wednesday,
October 22, 2014

Kay Tisdall, University of Edinburgh

Children’s Rights and Wellbeing: tensions in Scottish policy

Wednesday,
October 29, 2014

Deborah Padgett, New York University

Using Qualitative Methods to Promote Social Change: Social Work Research as Social Work Practice

Wednesday,
November 26, 2014

Heather MacIntosh

Assessment of Mentalizing and Affect Regulation in Clinical Research

Wednesday,
January 1, 2015

Franco Carnevale

Interdisciplinary Studies of Childhood Ethics: Introducing a new McGill-based research initiative

Wednesday,
March 11, 2015

Yvonne Hung

Expanding possibilities for urban youth to participate in neighborhood change in New York City and Berlin
Tuesday,
March 31, 2015
Meihua Zhu What makes a difference? Working with families living in poverty in Shanghai

Wednesday,
May 6, 2015

Shelly Johnson

Restorative Indigenous child welfare practices in British Columbia 
Wednesday,
May 13, 2015
Lorraine Derocher - in Room 110  Youth protection in insular religious communities: A study on 5 groups in Quebec