Videos and results from 3MT 2017


1st Place

The Empty Cradle: Grieving a Miscarriage

Chantel Rodericks, M.A. Counselling Psychology

2nd Place

Shame Resilience in Hospitalized Adolescents with Eating Disorders

Hilary Evans, M.A. Counselling Psychology

People’s Choice Award

Grieving Behind Bars: The Experience of Incarcerated Men

Cynthia Baroud, M.A. Counselling Psychology

Figures of Dune: Artefact, Form, and the Technics of Myth

Eric Stein, M.A. Interdisciplinary Humanities

Upholding Social Justice: The Value of Clinical Educational Experiences

Flavia Bughiu, M.S. Nursing

Nurse Manager Perspectives on Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) and Hiring Practices in Long-term Care

Katrina Haynes, M.S. Nursing

Lost in Validation

Manjit Bath, M.A. Counselling Psychology

An Embodied Construction Grammar Account of the Compositionality of Conditionals in Mental Spaces

Roderick Fish, M.Linguistics

Understanding how we Heal Performance Specific Social Anxiety Disorder

Stephanie Hall, M.A. Counselling Psychology

2017 Winners


WINNER OF 'PEOPLE'S CHOICE' AWARD 2015

Chantel Rodericks represented TWU at the Regional Competition in Kamloops with her three minute thesis, "The Empty Cradle: Grieving a Miscarriage" and she was voted for the People's Choice Award. Link to video

How do our words and actions affect how women grieve a miscarriage? Through qualitative interviews with women who have miscarried, nurses, midwives, physicians, and social workers, this research uncovers what helps and hinders the grief process after a miscarriage in Canada. 

Bio: Chantel completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts with a Specialization in Psychology at the University of Ottawa, and moved to Langley, BC in 2013 to begin her Masters in Counselling Psychology at Trinity Western University. Upon graduation, Chantel hopes to work in reproductive and maternal health counselling. Her thesis explores what helps and hinders women’s grief following a miscarriage.  

Prior to beginning graduate studies, Chantel worked as a bilingual tour guide/interpreter at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial and Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial in France. She enjoyed meeting and teaching visitors from all around the world about Canada and Newfoundland's military history during WWI. She also loved having the opportunity to travel and visit Portugal, Spain, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Italy. In her spare time, she enjoys playing the piano, travelling, and exploring BC’s beautiful hikes. 


Videos and results from 3MT 2015

Chantel Rodericks, M.A. Counselling Psychology, "The Empty Cradle: Miscarriage and Grief in Indo-Canadian Culture"  (Supervisor: Dr. Derrick Klaassen) First Place Winner, $500 sponsored by ORGS and opportunity to represent TWU at the GAGS Regional Competition in Spring 2016,  People's Choice Winner of gift basket sponsored by Parent Engagement and Alumni Office

Hanna Lucas, M.A. Biblical Studies, "To Extend the Sight of the Soul: Mystagogical Homilies of Theodore of Mopsuestia" (Supervisor: Dr. Craig Allert)

Kelsey Siemens, M.A. Counselling Psychology, "Embodiment of Sexuality and Spirituality"  (Supervisor: Janelle Kwee) Second Place Winner, $250 sponsored by GSA

Nicolas Noble, M.A. Interdisciplinary Humanities, "Reclaiming Theories of Humanity in Blake and Wilde" (Supervisor: Sara Pearson)

PJ Buys, M.A. Interdisciplinary Humanities, "Discourse, History, and Hockey"  (Supervisor: Dr. Bruce Shelvey)

Stephanie Hall, M.A. Counselling Psychology, "Confidence to be Heard: Treatment for Public Speaking Anxiety" (Supervisors: Drs Rick Bradshaw and Marvin McDonald)

CAGS supports the 3MT challenge because is it a great skill-building opportunity for graduate students.  It is also a public showcase of the importance and relevance of graduate studies - a theme CAGS has been working hard to promote.


Videos and results from 3MT 2014

 

Chantel Vanderveen - A Phonology of Stau

David Sigrist - Psalms Variants and the Dead Sea Scrolls

 

Winner: Greg Ekland, MSN student, “In Hospital Stroke Response”

People’s Choice: Richard Bergen, MAIH student, “Reforming Allegory in the Pilgrim’s Progress”

2nd Place: Sandeep Bhandal, MA Counselling Psychology student, “Strengthening Attachment: Waking One Generation Up”

CAGS supports the 3MT challenge because is it a great skill-building opportunity for graduate students.  It is also a public showcase of the importance and relevance of graduate studies - a theme CAGS has been working hard to promote.