Poet, prosaist, professor: Amber Dawn guides writing students through the art of creating in crisis

As a creative writing professor, Amber Dawn believes the pandemic – and its aftermath – could be a moment for her students to blossom under hardship.

Trail running builds resilience in women, Douglas College study finds

Therapeutic Rec grad Selene Lincoln’s study shows us there is a profound relationship between women and the wilderness.

Keeping an ear out: Meet the instructor who wants you to turn down the noise

The ability to speak, hear and be heard is vital to our everyday lives, but it is often overlooked. In honour of Speech and Hearing Month, hear what Hearing Instrument Practitioner instructor Ted Venema has to say about the importance of hearing health and the rising demand for Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioners.

Make connections, grow your skills and promote research at Douglas

Student Research Ambassadors talk about why getting involved in research matters, and why you should get involved, too.

This rapper could be your next poli-sci instructor

Douglas prof Jovian Radheshwar wants to dispel the rapper stigma by demonstrating the accessibility of hip hop and its value as an alternative perspective for political and social issues.

English instructor takes ‘punk rock’ approach to tell true stories about dementia care

Peter Wilkins proves that comics can address serious issues in ways mere words cannot.

Douglas instructor advocates for free menstrual products in public washrooms

Geology Instructor Selina Tribe wants to make it easier for women to deal with unexpected menstrual issues without embarrassment or lost time.

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Meet the Douglas instructor who is starting conversations surrounding equity and washrooms

Anthropology instructor Jaime Yard encourages students and others to think more openly about inclusive spaces and gender equality.

Basic income and the future of work

Can giving people free money – no strings attached – provide economic security for all? Philosophy instructor and researcher Elliot Rossiter explores the idea.