Student researcher unveils why mirrors could affect dancers’ body image
While many dancers rely on mirrors to correct their technique, Cara Paley’s study tells us why they could affect dancers’ body image.
The complicated history of Paldi, B.C.’s earliest multicultural community
Two Douglas-funded scholars have spent years researching an old Vancouver Island logging town hailed as an early “multicultural utopia.”
“Space, not place”: A Geography Open Lab tech opens up about the human side to geography
Sasha Djakovic manages the geography lab, cultivates a space for safe learning and brings Indigenous knowledge into studying the landscape.
This Psychology student is investigating Asian-Canadians’ use of mental health services
Applied Psychology Honours student Rico Misajon takes a deeper look at Asian-Canadians’ attitudes about mental health – and whether these attitudes prevent them from seeking counselling and other mental health services
Five ways you can get involved in research at Douglas
Doing research at an undergraduate level is easier than you think. Find out how you can gain work experience, research skills and build your resumé while learning new things.
Calling student scientists! Lead your own research project at Douglas College
Here’s a chance to dive into a research project, get credits for it, and get published in an academic journal.
Levelling the playing field: Sport Science instructor calls for more inclusive youth soccer programming in B.C.
Douglas College’s Dr. Dominique Falls hopes her research on how soccer programs are organized will persuade the soccer community to move away from gender-segregation.
9 things we bet you didn’t know about the Canadian border crossing
Criminology instructor and ex-Border Services Officer Patrick Lalonde shares some surprising things you may not know about the Canadian border.
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