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I have been involved in research since 2016 with various research positions. Below is an overview of my experiences in research positions. In addition, I have added my teaching assistant position. 

For most positions, I have a detailed page on the work I completed for that position if you would like to learn more. I am also more than happy to chat about anything here if you would like to reach out to me via the contact form at the bottom of this page, email, or via my social media links below.

Research Assistant
Smith School of Business, Queen's University


I work with Dr. Julian Barling and my fellow graduate students on a variety of research projects. All of the research projects involve workplace safety and/or leadership.

Rather than providing a detailed page on this position, the link to the right will bring you to my home page where you can find a list of my current research interests and projects.

Teaching Assistant
Smith School of Business,
Queen's University


My primary teaching assistant position is grading charismatic leadership speeches. This has given me a good understanding of what it takes to deliver an effective, convincing speech. To the right you can find a link to learn more about charismatic leadership.

Research Associate
Canadian Centre for Advanced Leadership  (CCAL)
Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary


Over the summer of 2020, I worked as a research associate with CCAL. I conducted a literature review on mentoring for leadership development, wrote a white paper, and helped develop a new mentoring program for the Business students. I have a detailed page on this if you would like to learn more.

Research Assistant
Haskayne School of Business, 
University of Calgary


During my undergraduate studies, I worked with Dr. Nick Turner and PhD student Steve Granger to pursue my interest in workplace safety through research. These research projects included the relationship workplace safety (e.g., injuries, safety behaviours) has with human resource management practices and systems, job autonomy and uncertainty, and safety support from various levels in the organization. More details and the links to any papers published from this work can be found in the link to the right.

Research Assistant
Individual and Team Performance Lab
Department of Psychology, 
University of Calgary


Throughout my undergraduate studies, from second year to my final year, I worked in Dr. Thomas O'Neill's ITP Lab. The ITP Lab studies team dynamics with much of the research being done with the engineering department. If you are interested in learning more about this, I have a detailed page addressing my experiences and work in the ITP Lab.

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