Dr. Delia Roberts: Fit to Plant, Drive and for Snow
Dr. Delia Roberts, a Biology Instructor at Selkirk, who teaches Human Anatomy and Physiology has created three bodies of research focusing on fitness, nutrition and the avoidance of injury. These compilations of research and the systems and techniques Dr. Roberts has created have become a useful tool to many organizations within their respective industries.
Dr. Randy Janzen: Guatemalan Ex-Combatant Perspectives on Reintegration: A Grounded Theory
Read about Dr. Randy Janzen's recently published article in The Qualitative Report titled Guatemalan Ex-combatant Perspectives on Reintegration: A Grounded Theory. In this study, Dr. Janzen interviews members of Nuevo Horizonte, an intentional community comprised of Guatemalan ex-guerrillas and their successful reintegration.
Dr. Randy Janzen: Investigating Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping
Dr. Randy Janzen, Chair of the Mir Centre for Peace and a Peace Studies instructor, is currently researching nonviolent approaches for solving political conflicts. Preliminary results of this research indicate that Canadians are in favour of the concept of unarmed civilian peacekeeping as a strategy of Canada's foreign policy. Learn more about the Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping Study.