On November 12, 2015 Emily Hutcheon was awarded the Governor General's Gold Medal for her MSc Thesis titled: "Cripping" resilience: Generating new vocabularies of resilience from narratives of post-secondary students who experience disability. Her MSc Supervisor was Dr. Gregor Wolbring.
Nyanza is a Cotutelle PhD student in Population and Public Health, in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary and the Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences (CUHAS). Nyanza’s research builds on his background in environment and public health and he is currently studying the effects of mining on fertility in women living in mining communities in Tanzania. Nyanza is leading a study that looks at the prenatal levels of exposure to arsenic and mercury in connection to the rate of poor birth outcomes.
Dr. Santana was one of three guest speakers at the forum sponsored by the O’Brien Institute of Public Health where international leaders in measuring patient-centred care shared their expertise with Alberta healthcare professionals.
Drs. Gregor Wolbring and Scott Patten are the recipients of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, GREATsupervisor Award 2015! The award recognizes supervisors from each graduate program for their outstanding supervision and mentorship to graduate students.