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Seeking Science Researchers for CIRCLE Webinars

CIRCLE is seeking researchers to participate in our webinar series. Any graduate students or faculty members undertaking research related to South Asia, India, or the South Asian and/or Indian diasporas are encouraged to contact us. Emphasis will be given to those in the College of Biological Sciences, Engineering & Physical Sciences, Ontario Agricultural College, or Ontario Veterinary College.

Seeking Research Participants: Was the Journey Worth It? Parental Sacrifice in South Asian Immigrant Families

This research is being conducted by Dr. Susan Chuang and Bibina Mathew from the Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition at the University of Guelph. This research will contribute to a final thesis project.

We are currently recruiting South Asian Canadian high school and university students, ages 13 to 25, with at least one parent who voluntarily immigrated to Canada from a South Asian country to complete an anonymous 20 – 30 minute survey. All those who complete the survey will have a 1 in 3 chance of winning a cash prize of $25. 

Seeking Research Participants: The Impact of Social Networks on Work-Life Choices of South Asian Women in Canada

This doctoral research study is conducted by Anju Philip, PhD Candidate from the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics at the University of Guelph.

We are seeking participants for a two-part study investigating the meaning of work-life balance to currently or previously employed South Asian women living in Canada. This study also seeks to explore the personal networks that South Asian women belong to, and to what extent these networks impact their diverse choices surrounding work and life.


We are seeking SIX curious, engaged undergraduate students at the University of Guelph to participate in a pilot virtual connection activity with students at Indian universities in 2022–23.

You can register here. The deadline to register is Friday, 30 September 2022.


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