Supported by a new SSHRC Insight Grant, Kathy Absolon-King will be helping educators take the journey of decolonization and in turn help their students to do the same.
“It's that lovely interplay between research and teaching that ignites the passions in students. Teaching students what is the cutting edge of thinking in any discipline, you are making them future ready.”
Laurier faculty and graduate students are conducting leading-edge research about COVID-19 and its wide-reaching effects.
The 2018/19 Office of Research Services Annual Report has a special focus on research carried out with partners ranging from grassroots community groups to major international organizations. These stories are examples of how community-engaged research can result in concrete, positive change.