B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D.Associate Professor, Tenured, Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan

University Classes

Sociology 325  Applied Quantitative Research. Upper-level undergraduate one-term, course developed and delivered. Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Globalization and the Social Inequality of Health.  College Scholar Program. Spring & summer session with individual student.  Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Medical Sociology.  Upper-level undergraduate and graduate-level, one-term, course developed and delivered.  Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Advanced Methodologies.  Graduate-level, two-term, course delivered.  Qualitative and quantitative methods for sociological research.  Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Research Methods.  Second-year, one-term course delivered.   Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Social Inequality and Health.  Third-year, one-term, course developed and delivered.   Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Medical Sociology.  Upper-level undergraduate and graduate-level, one-term, course developed and delivered.  Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Gender, Work and Society.  Second-year, one-term, course developed and delivered. Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Saskatchewan.

Post-Graduate and Graduate Student Supervision

Post-Doctoral Fellow Advisory Committee,
Rhona Shaw:  “Determining the arm morbidity information needs and preferences of breast cancer clinicians.”  Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Doctoral Student Supervisory Committee,
Rita Hamoline:  “A phenomenological exploration of primary care physicians and their work.”  Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Special Case PhD Student Supervisory Committee,
Barb Wotherspoon, “A Transformative Vision of Teacher Education.”  Department of Educational Foundations, University of Saskatchewan.

Masters Student Supervisory Committee,
Paul Spriggs:  “Beyond the male image: Using photo elicitation to explore men’s experiences with testicular cancer”. Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Masters Student Supervisory Committee,
Lori Senkus:  “Ruling Relations In (In)dependent Living: Bridging the Gap between service providers and users”. Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Masters Student Supervisory Committee,
Natasha Matthews:  “Everybody ‘loses’: conceptions of obesity in weight-based programming Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Masters Student Supervisory Committee, Successfully Defended and Completed.
Alana Ferguson:  “The Drama behind Ethno-drama: Using Theatre as a Dissemination Tool for Health Research”.   Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

Other Scheduled Activities

2010

Elizabeth Quinlan. Workplace Bullying among Continuing Care Assistants.   Guest Lecture, Occupational Health and Safety 384. College of Commerce, University of Saskatchewan.  Mar. 15. 

2009

Elizabeth Quinlan. Embodied Learning.   Guest Lecture, Education Foundations 990. College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.  Oct 19. 

2008

Elizabeth Quinlan. The Pedagogical Power of Image Theatre.   Guest Lecture, Education Foundations 101. College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.  Oct 15. 

2007

Elizabeth Quinlan. Workplace Bullying as a Dimension of Health.   Guest Lecture, Sociology 238.3, University of Saskatchewan.  Oct 23.

College Instruction

1995 –

Mathematics Educator: Adult Basic Education, Apprenticeship Training, Bridging  and Pre-2003 Employment Programs. Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology.

1994

Mathematics, Computer, and Upgrading Programs. Seneca College.


About Me
"Quinlan speaks to the media about campus sexual assault in The Ubyssey's article 'Policy, protocol and political will: how universities can responsibly respond to sexual assault.' Read more

The vision guiding my research program is to promote meaningful dignified work as essential to health and wellness.

My commitment to the fair, equitable treatment and rewards for workers has been the catalyst for my scholarship.

I employ the creative arts to reach wider audiences with research results and enhance research participants’ expressive powers.

My research is endowed with a gender-based analysis strengthened by my formal associate affiliation with the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at University of Saskatchewan.