A 30 minute radio show featuring one to two graduate students each week. This is an opportunity for our grad students to showcase their research to the Queen’s and Kingston community and how it affects us. From time to time we will also interview a post-doc or an alum or interview grad students in relation to something topical for the day. Grad Chat is a collaboration between the School of Graduate Studies and CFRC 101.9FM
Emma, Nancy, Skylar, Philip and mentor Jane
A look into Queen’s PHD-Community Initiative – Team United talks about their project titled “Resilient Kingston”
Presented by Team United – Emma, Nancy, Skylar, Philip and mentor Jane
CJ the DJ talks with Kim Krezenoski
CJ the DJ talks to Kim Krezenozki from the School of Graduate Studies on a new initiative for grad students, the Summer Wellness Series.
CJ the DJ and Suyin the DJ Bear
Topic: Wrap up for the Winter term
Overview: Bloopers, wellness, technology, community. Listen in to find out how we have all fared over the past year and what’s install for summer. Here about our students resiliency.
Daenis Camire, MSc candidate Healthcare Quality
Topic: How does a Resident in Anesthesiology fit in time to do a masters and what is the connection?
Overview: Daenis comes from a nursing background, is now an MD and doing his residency in Anesthesiology, it is no wonder he wants to contribute in other areas. The MSc in Healthcare Quality, helps improve healthcare quality, risk and safety in Canada and worldwide. Daenis explains how.
Zongwe Binesikwe, PhD candidate, Nursing, supervised by Dr Mary Smith
Topic: Storytelling as Medicine: Autoethnography of a Two-Spirit Anishinaabe Nurse Practitioner.
Overview: Looking at decolonising health care practices, Zongwe’s research will explore the use of a ceremonial self-reflective practice to promote resilience and address compassion fatigue in nurses.
Zongwe creates social change through storytelling in her podcast, “Under the Same Stars” and weekly radio show, “Zee’s Place” on CILU 102.7FM. Want to learn more? Go to Zongwe’s website – https://www.zongwebinesikwe.com/
Carrie Ewins (Biology), Carolyn Bonta and Yifeng Wang (Geography & Planning)
Topic: Queen’s Annual Northern Research Symposium.
Overview: What is the Northern Research Symposium and why it is important to all of us.
Learn more and how to participate on the Symposium website