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Associate Listing

Margot Hurlbert

Professor (on leave until September 2019)
BAdm (Regina), LLB, LLM (York)

Office: CL 235
E-mail: Margot.Hurlbert@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4232

Research interests

Margot has worked on many research projects in relation to building community energy futures, citizen engaged water and climate governance including a SSHRC grant in relation to “Water governance and climate change: the engagement of civil society” and SSHRC Insight Grants, “Facilitating Knowledge Mobilization at the Science/Policy Interface,” and “Implementing Community Citizen Engaged Best Management Practices through Adaptive Management.”  Prof. Hurlbert will be able to assist in analyzing the data and build concrete recommendations for creating socially inclusive policies and practices at local and provincial levels.

Michelle Stewart

Associate Professor
BA (University of California Santa Cruz), MA (University of California Davis), PhD (University of California Davis)

Office: CL 336
E-mail: Michelle.Stewart@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4873

Research interests
Her current research expands on her interest in the anthropology of the state to include medical anthropology with attention to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) where she investigates how FASD is understood in particular communities of practice.  The first phase of the project focused on the ways that police understant and mobilize understandings of FASD.  The second phase of her research will turn attention to the ways in which advocates and mentors mobilize health information about FASD in various settings (including social services, criminal justice, health, education and community settings).  Her research team has created a publicly-available resource page focused on disseminating research findings as well as FASD material for front-line workers with a peer-reviewed article forthcoming.  Click here to view the FASD Research Project web page: http://fasdresearchproject.com/.