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Shelley Craig’s research on social media use among 2SLGBTQ+ youth featured in Maclean’s, Time magazine, and The New York Times

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The risks associated with social media use among teens and youth has been well documented and discussed […]

The New York Times highlights Shelley Craig’s research on the benefit of social media for LGBTQ youth

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  Professor Shelley Craig spoke to The New York Times about her research on social media use […]

The Social Work Speaks Out project is helping social work schools create more positive learning environments for LGBTQ+ students

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Over the course of her career, Shelley Craig — a leading researcher on the resilience of LGBTQ+ […]

SAMHSA, a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, features research by Shelley Craig in its latest resource guide

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SAMHSA — the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, a branch of the U.S. Department of […]

Can video games and gaming communities enhance the wellbeing of LGBTQ+ youth? Researchers at the International Partnership for Queer Youth Resilience (INQYR) aim to find out

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Screenshot. Night in the woods. (Secret Lab & Infinite Fall, 2017)   When Dane Marco Di Cesare […]

FIFSW scholars named Canada Research Chairs

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Three researchers from the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work are among the University of Toronto’s 33 Canada […]

The Canada Foundation for Innovation highlights Shelley Craig’s work to support and empower LGBTQ+ youth


“LGBTQ+ youth are going online and creating communities and building their own resilience. That has a positive […]

Introducing Rainbow Road: The INQYR Living Timeline

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Since its launch three years ago with a Partnership Grant from SSHRC, INQYR (the International Partnership for Queer Youth Resilience), led […]

Prof. Shelley Craig receives SSHRC Partnership Grant

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  Prof. Shelley L. Craig and the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto […]

Andrew Eaton, PhD student, receives CIHR research grant

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  Andrew Eaton and his dissertation committee – Prof. Shelley Craig (FIFSW), Sharon Walmsley (U of T […]