I primarily teach sociological research methods, social statistics, survey research methods, politics and social change, and introductory sociology. Copies of old course outlines can be found be clicking on the links. These course outlines are subject to change each year.
In the past, I have worked with community agencies to offer students an option of working on a community-based research project. If you are interested in having students help analyze your statistical data or plan a research (or evaluation) project, please contact me to discuss (see home page for contact information).
Students have also worked with community agencies on a research (or evaluation project) as part of an individual study course (supervised by me). In such cases, students may be able to help with data collection as long as there is sufficient lead time to ensure that the project is reviewed (and approved) by the MacEwan Research Ethics Board. Individual study courses are student-initiated and subject to department as well as Faculty of Arts and Science approval.