Emeriti Faculty

Emeriti Faculty

Research Areas

Roopchand Seebaran Community development
Elaine Stolar Gerontology
Betty Carter Family therapy
Carole Christensen Family practice and immigrant women
John R Deakins Family therapy
Ross P. McClelland Social planning and community development
Don G. Finlay Behavioural theory
Paule McNicoll Health and mental health, disability, cultural diversity, group work, and participatory action research
Graham Riches Poverty studies, human rights, social policy with focus on the politics of hunger, food charity (food banking), social welfare
Mary Russell Violence in families, treatment programs
Richard Vedan Practice methods relevant to First Nations issues, service delivery integrating traditional First Nations values and healing methods
Brian O’Neill Social work and LGBT people, diversity in sexual orientation in provision of health and social services and in social work education, settlement service needs of LGBT immigrants, methods of qualitative inquiry, social service management
Richard Sullivan Child welfare; family policy; sexual minorities; epistemology; evaluation strategies
Frank Tester Inuit studies; Canadian social policy; community and international social development; environmental policy; critical social theory; existential theory, philosophy and approaches to practice