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Jennifer has practiced as a child and youth care worker, counsellor, educator, policy consultant, researcher, and community developer. Jennifer began her professional career as a CYC practitioner, working at a residential treatment facility for young people experiencing serious mental health and behavioural challenges. Prior to coming to the School of Child and Youth Care in , Jennifer worked as a clinical counselor in a community mental health setting and she also worked for the provincial government as a youth suicide prevention educator and community developer. Jennifer is interested in studying contemporary discourses of youth suicide prevention. Through critically informed, relational approaches to inquiry, she seeks to explore alternatives to the standardized, expert-driven, one-size-fits-all, risk factor-based approach to youth suicide prevention. The idea is not to replace current approaches to prevention, but rather to expand our understandings and vocabularies and allow multiple possibilities and approaches to proliferate. Jennifer is one of original founders of the Critical Suicidology Network which is a growing international network of scholars who are interested in exploring alternatives to biomedical approaches to suicide prevention. Youth suicide prevention; ethics; discourses of professionalism; constructionist methodologies; collaborative research; narrative practices; professional development; praxis; pedagogy.
Department of Entomology. Research Interests The focus of my laboratory is investigating the ecological, evolutionary, and behavioral effects of bacterial endosymbionts in insects. In particular, we are interested in exploring the consequences of endosymbiont infection within the context of introduced species and biological control. Maternally-inherited bacterial endosymbionts are common among arthropods. These effects, in turn, have the potential to influence the ecological interactions between infected hosts and other members of the community. For example, an aphid that is infected by a symbiont that protects against parasitism may be harder to control biologically, and more likely to reach pest outbreak status, than an uninfected aphid. Yet studies that address these ecological effects of bacterial symbionts in the field are practically nonexistent. We have a new project on symbionts in spiders! Photo: Mike Rose.
We keep "waiting" for it to get easier, and every year it just doesn't. Let me tell you, it is NOT any easier. Dont aggressively try to destroy her faith but bring up philosophical thinking points. Jan 10, 0.