Queen's University

Linnea Kalchos

Undergrad Student, Department of History, Department of Psychology, Department of Global Development Studies
LIFE & PHYSICAL SCIENCES, POLICY, SCIENCE, YOUTH, EDUCATION, HEALTH, PSYCHOLOGY

Autobiography

I am currently a fourth year undergraduate student at Queen's University in the Concurrent Education program, studying Global Development Studies and History.  Next year, I will be moving on to complete my Bachelor of Education at the Faculty of Education here at Queen's. In addition to my degree, I have been working as a research assistant for the Bully Lab, led by the department head of Psychology, Dr. Wendy Craig, for four years. I have also had the opportunity to work at PREVNet, led by Dr. Craig, which is one of Canada's leading resources for bullying and victimization knowledge dissemination.  Through these experiences, I have developed research interests in the area of school climate and bullying policy, and am hoping to continue my research in the future by expanding it to include international education systems.

Photo credits to  Bernard Clark

Most Recent Project

What are the critical elements in safe school legislation to prevent bullying?

My research focused on Canadian Bullying Legistation. The question I was trying to answer was as follows: What are the critical elements in safe school legislation to prevent bullying? This project was supervised by Dr. Wendy Craig from the Department of Psychology at Queen's University.

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