My teaching load consists of three courses: HECOL 440 (Family Policy Issues), INT D 306 (Topics in Leadership), and HECOL 601 (Ways of Knowing in Human Ecology). INT D 306 is taught in conjunction with the Peter Lougheed Leadership College.
Graduate Student Supervision
Laurel Sakaluk, PhD. Completed 2017. Work-family integration during the transition to parenthood: Longitudinal processes and ideological influences.
Laura Cadrain, MSc (thesis). 2019-present. Women and Policy.
Victor Wilson, MSc (thesis). 2019-present. Families and Policy.
Kareema Batal, MSc (thesis). 2018-present. The Employment of Women.
Julia Roy, MSc (thesis). 2016-present. Program development and evaluation for families of children with disability.
Rebecca Horne, MSc (thesis). Completed 2017 (Co-supervised with Matt Johnson). A Labour of Love? Male and Female Partners’ Emotion Work in Intimate Relationships.
Ropa Mamutse, MSc (course-based).Completed 2017. Aging out of the family. The experiences of youth aging out of youth services.
Vanessa Ostapchuk. MSc (course-based).Completed 2016. Canadian Provincial Child Care Subsidies and their “Fit” within the Lives of Working Poor Families.
Iryna Hurava MSc (thesis). Completed 2015. Institutional Child Care in Belarus.
Roxana Marin, MSc (course-based). Completed 2013. Cell phone use and parent-child relationships in families with adolescents.
Hannah Goa, MSc (thesis). Completed 2010. Outside the city walls: The construction of poverty in Alberta’s income and employment supports act.