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Fall 2009: Graduate Research Assistant (transcultural understanding research)

University of Guelph

Jennifer is a second year student of the University of Guelph's M.A. program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. She completed her undergraduate degree in International Development in 2007, after which she spent a year as a child rights support officer with World Vision in Nicaragua. Having recently returned from field research in Uruguay, Jennifer is currently in the process of developing her thesis on the impact of one to one computing on special education.

...the innovative working models of improvisation developed by creative practitioners have helped to promote a dynamic exchange of cultural forms, and to encourage new, socially responsive forms of community building across national, cultural, and artistic boundaries.

– Ajay Heble