Police Interviews: Children, Seniors, and Psychology (Podcast)

In this new INSIGHT-BLOG podcast we hear from Dr. Kelly Warren, a professor of Psychology at Grenfell Campus. Dr. Warren studies the connections between psychology and law; particularly best practices police can use when interviewing children and seniors who may have witnessed crimes. We also discuss the ethics around such research, connections to the new Aging Research Centre on campus, and effective research methodology.

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Happy Holidays from the Office of Research and Graduate Studies! (Podcast)

In this special holidays podcast we talk with Dr. Kelly Vodden and Ken Carter, of the Grenfell Office of Research and Graduate Studies and Office of Engagement, about the various roles the offices play both on, and off, campus. We discuss some of the research projects which are being coordinated by these offices; from work with Indigenous organizations, and work to build links with industry and government agencies like the CFS, to the new Aging Research Centre and partnerships that help local regions thrive. We also chat about the exciting new MFA program at Grenfell and how graduate studies is growing on campus.

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Aging Research Center (ARC) Launches At Grenfell (Podcast)

Drs. Veronica Hutchings (Director of ARC) and Karen Doody tell us about the new Aging Research Centre, or ARC, that has just launched at Grenfell Campus and the role the centre will play in the future of Newfoundland and Labrador. We also hear a few words from the Honourable Lisa Dempster, Minister of Children, Seniors and Social Development with the Government of NL.

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Poetry and the Gusle (Podcast)

In this INSIGHT-BLOG podcast we hear from Dr. Stephanie McKenzie of Grenfell Campus’ English program. Stephanie tells us about her research on the gusle, a musical instrument that commonly accompanies epic poetry in Southeastern Europe. We also discuss Stephanie’s recent book, Bow’s Haunt: The Gusle’s Lessons, and hear a poem featured in its pages.

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Social Responsibility and Small Business in Newfoundland and Labrador (Podcast)

In this INSIGHT-BLOG podcast Professor Julie Pitcher-Giles talks to us about how small businesses in NL provide a special set of socially responsible services to their communities, like extending lines of credit, or even supporting competitors in times of need. We discuss research on this topic and how strategic planning can potentially assist in the ability of small businesses to provide these services. We also discuss approaches to conducting research interviews that help break down barriers between researchers and business owners.

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The Grenfell Art Gallery, Curatorial Research, and the Arts Ecosystem (Podcast)

In this INSIGHT-BLOG podcast we hear from Matthew Hills, Director of the Grenfell Campus Art Gallery. Matthew tells us about the various roles research plays at the Gallery, from helping staff maintain artwork, to the Gallery’s role as a cultural hub and beacon for the larger community. We also discuss Matthew’s role in two upcoming projects in the province and the research components involved.

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Small Particles, Big Impact: Setting the Course of Physics Research

In this INSIGHT-BLOG podcast we hear from Dr. Svetlana Barkanova, a professor of Physics at Grenfell, about research happening on campus, new opportunities for students to study physics, and her role in helping to plan the future of physics research.

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INSIGHT-BLOG Sound Bite: Tuesday Afternoon Student Research Presentations

In this INSIGHT-BLOG Sound Bite we interview three students, Nick O’Niell, Shihao Wu, and Brittany Pittman, who presented on their research at a recent series of student research presentations at Grenfell Campus.

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Theatre Research, and Research for Theatre: Past, Present, and Future

This week Insight-Blog features two podcasts with Professors Jerry Etienne and ​Michael Waller of the Grenfell Campus Theatre Program which highlight the myriad of ways research plays a direct role in theatre productions at the Campus and locally. We talk about everything from research that affects the theatre itself as a physical space, to research that informs how that space is used and acted within.

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From Grenfell’s Research to the City of Corner Brook, an INSIGHT-BLOG Podcast

In this podcast we hear from Dr. Doreen Klassen, a professor of Anthropology and Folklore at Grenfell and Natasha Pennell, an undergraduate student, who recently had research presented at an event entitled GRENFELL’S RESEARCH MEETS CITY COUNCIL.

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