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Social Work Professor Sandra Preston discusses a poster presentation with a student.

Transnational Lives in a Globalizing World: SOCWORK 3B03 Poster Exhibit - Tuesday, November 28

Students in SOCWORK 3B03 - Transnational Lives in a Globalizing World will be hosting a poster exhibit on Tuesday, November 28 from 2:30 p.m. -4:30 p.m. in BSB-136. All are welcome so please pop by if you can!

Nov 22, 2017

McMaster School of Social Work, SW3B03 Transnational Lives in a Globalizing World presents their Final Group Project Poster Exhibition

When: Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017
Where: BSB-136, 2:30 p.m. -4:30 p.m.

All are welcome!


  • Audrey Ungco, Manu Sayani-Mulji, and Starus Chan - The Tug-Of-War between Identities: International Students in North America
  • Tahirah Seta, Amy Dam, Jodie Jones, Amna Baig, Valerie Williams, and Tom Sitas - Food for Thought: Migrant Workers in Leamington, Ontario
  • Rachel Shaule, Mary Loewen, Sarah Dell, and Charlotte Woods - A Look into Child Labor in both Canadian and International Contexts
  • Sarah Wood, Haruka Kanai, Justine Westerman, Jessie French, and Samantha Garofalo - Who will Care for Me? The Implications of Immigrant Detainment on Children
  • Jessie Faber, Safia Fettah, Aaron Li, Nilissa Reynolds, and Josee Velez - Globalized  Indigenous  Climate Action: Solidarity Among Many
  • Cadean Martin, Sarah Mills, Ornina Ochana, Ron Uzlaner, Elisha Kooner, and Brittany Stevens - The Integration of Race, Migration, and Femininity: Racialized Immigrant Women’s Mental Health
  • Daniel Lim, Dessislava Mitova, Kyle McKay, and Margo Padua -The Myanmar Refugee Crisis 


  • Please arrive a bit earlier to set up the
  • A group of children, who are conducting a project on global citizenship, from an area school will visit from 2:35 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. Each group will *briefly* introduce their projects to the
  • The invited adjudicators – professors (Tara La Rose and Jennie Vengris) and PhD students (Sheila Cranmer-Byng and Mary-Elizabeth Vaccaro) – will drop in at any time during the 2-hour
  • Each group will also evaluate their peer groups’ projects. The evaluation form will be provided in
  • If time allows, we can also arrange time for all groups to have further communication about their
  • A faculty photographer will be present – please let her or the instructor know if you have any

For more information, please contact Dr. Rachel Zhou ( and Ayak Wel ( Thank you.