Parliament of Canada

PhD graduate’s database on missing women gains Senate attention

Faculty of Law PhD graduate Maryanne Pearce appeared before the Senate Liberals’ open caucus last week to discuss her database of missing and murdered women. Pearce captured headlines earlier this year for her findings based on seven years of research
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Mireille McLaughlin

EvaluAction: Building new professors’ confidence

EvaluAction, the teaching and course evaluation program, helped Mireille McLaughlin, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, build her confidence when she was just starting out as a professor in 2011. At first, McLaughlin found the process difficult.
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