Students

Doctoral Students

Health and Aging Program, Queen’s University

Active:

  • Croxall, Lindsay. Title TBD. 2017-present. (Co-supervising with Heather Castleden.)

Master’s Students

Department of Geography and Planning, Queen’s University

Active:

  • Allman, Lindsay. “Reacting to Change: Measuring the Social Impacts of School Closures at the Household and Neighbourhood Scales in Kingston, Ontario.” 2017-present.
  • Rees, Joanna. “Exploring the Reasons Why Queen’s Employees Have and Have Not, Shifted to Commuting by Public Transit in Kingston.” 2017-present.

Completed:

  • Adeola, Damilare. “The Effects of Provincial and Municipal Sustainability Policies on Development Patterns in Ontario: A case study of Markham.” 2013-2014.
  • Aghabozorgafjeh, Saharsadat. “Redesign of Shannon and Headway Parks; Improving Their Accessibly, Amenities, and Facilities.” 2012-2013 (Supervision transferred to Prof. Leela Viswanathan in Feb 2013).
  • Beaty, Angus. “Evaluating the Walkability of Transit Oriented Development in a Future Transportation Corridor in Metro Vancouver’s Northeast Sector.” 2013-2014.
  • Chris, Laura. “A Built Environment Analysis for Fostering Active and Safe Routes to School for Four Elementary Public Schools in Kingston, Ontario.” 2011-2012.
  • Coates, Victoria. “Planning Age-Friendly Neighbourhoods: An Evaluation of Two Neighbourhoods in Hamilton, ON.” 2014-2015.
  • Cranston, Sarah. “School Closures & Community Hubs: Examining Livability in Ontario through School Closures and the Community Hubs Framework.” 2016-2017. (Published in Plan Canada, 2017, 57(3).)
  • Cruceru, Ana. “An Evaluation of the Pedestrian Environment of Princess Street in Kingston, Ontario, From the Perspective of the ‘Great Street’ Concept.” 2012-2013 (Supervision transferred to Prof. Carl Bray in Feb 2013).
  • Fotino, Anthony. “Education, One Step at a Time: A Walkability Assessment of Three Southern Ontario Inner City Campus Thoroughfare Streets.” 2014-2015.
  • Hasler, Brittany. “Municipal Promotion of Small-Scale Renewable Energy Projects.” 2011-2012.
  • Jamal, Shairoz. “Programming and Services for Youth in North Kingston Parks.” 2012-2013 (Supervision transferred to Prof. Patricia Streich in Feb 2013).
  • MacFarlane, Robert. “Attitudinal Variables Influencing Transit Ridership: Measuring the Impact of Express Bus Service in Kingston, Ontario.” 2016-2017.
  • McDonell, Heather. “Improving Community Health Through Collaboration Between Public Health And Urban Planning: A Case Study In The Region Of Peel.” 2013-2014.
  • Neilsen, Sarah. “Get moving to school: Comparing influences on the potential for active school travel in four school neighbourhoods in Calgary, Alberta.” 2013-2014.
  • O’Neill-Kizoff, Cian. “Sustainability at the Urban-Rural Fringe: Assessing the Implications of Agriburban Development for Planning Sustainable Communities in the Greater Golden Horseshoe.” 2014-2015. (Published in Plan Canada, 2016, 56 (1). Awarded CIP’s Feature Article of the Year for 2016)
  • Pakeman, Kyle. “Taking Kingston’s Equity Pulse: An application and critical evaluation of the Urban HEART@Toronto Methodology to investigate the intra-city social and health inequities of Kingston, ON”. 2015-2016.
  • Spessot, Miranda. “Pathways to Walkability: Examining the Influence of Neighbourhood SES and Urban Form on Walkability in Ottawa, Ontario.” 2014-2015.
  • Stuart, John. “Planning for Urban Biodiversity: An Examination of the relationship between ICSP Principles and Novel Ecosystem Formation.” 2012-2013 (Jointly supervised with Graham Whitelaw).
    (see: doi:10.1080/13549839.2014.936844)
  • Thibault, Jenna. “How Age-Friendly are Kingston’s Suburban Streets? A Comparative Analysis of Two Developments in the City of Kingston.” 2014-2015.
  • Tootoonchian, Pegah. “Park It: an examination of 6 urban parks and user needs in Downtown City of Toronto.” 2014-2015.
  • Williams, Brandon. “Integrated Community Sustainability Planning: A Comparative Case Study.” 2012-2013.
  • Wood, Jennifer. “Planning for Healthy Communities.” Winner of the 2012 OPPI Susan Cumming Scholarship. 2011-2012.

Undergraduate Theses

School of Kinesiology & Health Studies, Queen’s University

Completed:

  • Tait, Justin. “Residential moves, urban neighbourhood walkability, and physical activity: A vanguard study in Ontario Canada.” 2016-2017.
  • Chadwick, Kathryn. “Examining disparities in the mental health and social support availability of Canadian immigrants between small and large urban centers.” 2013-2014
    (see: doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2015.01.036)

Department of Health Aging & Society, McMaster University

Completed:

  • Alberghetti, Alessandra. “A Passion for Gambling: Gambling Behaviours Among the Older Adult Population”. 2010-2011
    (see: doi:10.1007/s10899-013-9425-2)
  • De Nobile, Megan. “The Relationship between Alcohol Consumption and Social Context in Older Individuals”. 2010-2011.

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