Education & Awards

Ph.D. Anthropology – Université de Montréal, 2013
Dissertation – The Dismembered Family: Youth, Memory and Modernity in Rural Southern Chile

M.A. Social Anthropology – Dalhousie University, 2005
Thesis – Coming and Going Home: Global Mobility, Citizenship, and Family Biography

B.A. Honours Social Anthropology – Dalhousie University, 2003
Thesis – Mythical Migrants and the Modern Prince

Professional Development

Teaching Online Program Certificate – University of Calgary Teaching & Learning Centre, 2013

Adobe Presenter Workshop, University of Calgary Teaching & Learning Centre, 2013

Elluminate Live Workshop, University of Calgary Teaching & Learning Centre, 2013

University Teaching Certificate – University of Calgary Teaching & Learning Centre, 2011

Grants

2016-2018 College of Family Physicians of Canada Power of the Arts in Family Medicine Fellowship ($20,000)

2016-2018 CIHR Postdoctoral Fellowship, Aboriginal Methodologies ($92,000)

2015-2017 CIHR Funded Project Postdoctoral Fellowship, Educating for Equity ($90,000)

2013-2015 CIHR Funded Project Postdoctoral Fellowship, Voices Against Violence ($76,000)

2014 (Co-lead) Engaging Displaced First Nations’ Youth Affected by June 2013’s Floods: Addressing health and policy implications – The Calgary Foundation ($36,000)

2014 (Co-lead) Engaging Refugee Youth Affiliated with the Margaret Chisholm Settlement House in Confronting Structural Violence through Youth-Powered Media – Voices against Violence Team Grant, CIHR ($8,740)

2014 (Co-lead) Collaborative Engagement with On-Reserve Foster Care Youth in Southern Alberta – Voices against Violence Team Grant, CIHR ($14,000)

2013 (Lead) Displaced Urban Aboriginal Youth Affected by Southern Alberta’s June 2013 Floods: Addressing health and policy implications – Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network Partnership Grant, SSHRC ($11,800)

2008 (Lead)Canadian Anthropology Society Salisbury Award for Doctoral Research ($1,500)

Awards

2005-2008 Canada Graduate Scholarship—Doctorate ($105,000)

2005-2008 Bourse, Université de Montréal Département d’Anthropologie ($12,000)

2008 Chile’s National Council for the Arts and Culture ($4,000)

2004-2005 Canada Graduate Scholarship—Master’s ($17,500)

2004 Atlantic Metropolis Project Master’s field research grant ($1,000)

2004 Dalhousie Faculty of Graduate Studies Master’s field research grant ($800)

2003-2004 Dalhousie University Graduate Scholarship ($10,000)

2002-2003 Dalhousie University in-course undergraduate scholarship ($750)

2001 Federal government award for French Studies at Université Laval ($1,700)

2000-2001 Alexander Rutherford Post-Secondary Entrance Scholarship ($2,500)

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