Student Supervision

2018-2019

Research Lab Assistant Supervision : (Web, documenting academic culture & research project planning)

  • Nolan Duke, Student Lead
  • Harlen Bertrand
  • Danielle Minnis

Social Media and Event Assistant Supervision : Laurent Robilliard : “VIU Student Media Team”

Directed Studies :

  • Nolan Duke, Megan Barr & Alasdair Robertson : “Community-based Media Field Project”

Faculty Advisor :

  • Digital Media Studies Club

2017-2018

Research Lab Assistant Supervision : (Web, documenting academic culture & research project planning)

  • Nolan Duke, Student Lead
  • Erika Berg
  • Harlen Bertrand
  • Chris Varga

Research Assistant Supervision : Alasdair Robertson : “Media and The Flows of People to and From Vancouver Island”

2016-2017

Research Lab Assistant Supervision : (Web, documenting academic culture & research project planning)

  • Calleigh Lim
  • Nolan Duke

Directed Studies :

  • Denisa Krausova “Becoming a Documentarian” AND “Disseminating Documentary Photography” 4th year
  • Calleigh Lim, Elissa Doerksen, MacKenzie Bird : “Media Education Workshop”
  • Gary Slater : “Machinima”
  • Matsayuki Ida : “Tourism Video”
2015-2016

Research Lab Assistant Supervision : (Web, documenting academic culture & research project planning)

  • Calleigh Lim
  • Amber Cyr
2013

Directed Studies : Katherine Carmichael “Emerging style subcultures during widespread labour changes” 4th year

Research Assistant Supervision :

  • Niel Scobie : Celebrity culture project
  •  Denisa Krausova : Photo essay & journal article collaboration on invisibility
2010 – 2011

Directed Studies : Joseph Malbon : “Digital Identities,” Affect & Critical independent film production, 4th year

Research Lab Student Supervision : 

  • Ovidu Morisan, 4th year – Student Lab Director
  • Courtney Fantinato, 3rd year – Web Lead
  • Eben Sullivan, 2nd year – Film Lead
2009-2010

Research Assistant Supervisor : Celinda Rice : “Steps toward a theory of Invisibility” – literature research

2009

Reader and Qualitative Methods Advisor (informal) : Rani Sanderson :Master of Environmental Studies Candidate (defended January 2010)

2008-2009

Teaching Assistant Supervision  : York U. SOSC 3316 6.0 – a Total of 4 Teaching Assistants

2008

Thesis / Fieldwork Advisor (informal) : Sara Feldbloom : BA Communication Studies : Media Education and Children’s expression of community through media arts

2007-2008

Teaching Assistant Supervision : York U. SOSC 1310 9.0/6.0 – a Total of 19 Teaching Assistants – created opportunities to develop skills with first time TAs and experienced TAs

2005

Tutor Marker Supervision : Guelph-Humber AHSS 1060 3.0 – supervised 1 tutor-marker

For examples of student work please go to: Some samples of student projects