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News Category: Q & A

Black Brilliance in Social Work: Alumna Sherene Whyte

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Where to do you work and what is your role there? I work at Nisichawayassihk Neyo Ohtinwak […]

Black Brilliance in Social Work: Assistant Professor Harry Taylor

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Tell us about a project you are working on right now that you are excited about.  Currently, […]

Black Brilliance in Social Work: Alumna Debbie Johnson

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Where to do you work and what is your role there? I am a Social Worker at […]

Q & A: Introducing Assistant Professor Harry Taylor

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Upon completing a two-year post-doctoral fellowship at Duke University, Harry Taylor joined the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social […]

Q & A: Rebecca Schuss (MSW 2020) shares how her experience studying Indigenous Trauma and Resiliency at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty led to law school

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  When Rebecca Schuss began the Factor-Inwentash Faculty’s Indigenous Trauma and Resiliency (ITR) program, she wasn’t sure […]

Q & A: Kalli Marsel talks about what it’s like to study social work at FIFSW

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What’s it like to study social work at U of T? We sat down (virtually) with Kalli […]

Q&A: Assistant Professor Kyle Ganson’s research addresses gaps in knowledge related to eating disorders and muscle-enhancing behaviours among boys and men

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Although eating disorders among women are extensively studied, they aren’t as well researched among boys and men, […]

Q & A: Professor David J. Brennan explores the impact of COVID-19 on the LGBTQ2+ community in Canada

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  Professor David J. Brennan has been working to better understand COVID-19’s impact on the LGBTQ2+ community. […]

Q&A: University Affairs interviews Associate Professor Tanya Sharpe about her Instagram Live series 30@8:30

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Writer Melissa Fundira spoke to Associate Professor Tanya Sharpe about what inspired her to start 30@8:30, a […]

International Women’s Day Q & A: Ramona Alaggia on researching the impact of the #MeToo movement in Canada

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  The #MeToo movement has led to a cultural shift in how we understand and talk about […]