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

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Canadian Institutes for Health Research. (2005-2008) Workplace Organization and the Knowledge Management Strategies of Service Providers.  University of Saskatchewan.

PhD

Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Saskatchewan (Degree conferred 2004).
Dissertation: Gendered Determinants of Job-related Training Participation in Canada.  Specializations: sociology, education, women’s studies.

MA

Curriculum Studies, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education / University of Toronto
(Degree conferred 1997). Thesis: Women’s Participation in Canadian University
Mathematics Programs.

BSc

Mathematics, University of Saskatchewan (Honours Degree conferred 1993).

CIHR-funded Strategic Training Programs

2005–6

Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research – Primary Health Care (TUTOR-PHC) Program, University of Western Ontario, McMaster University, Dalhousie University, and Université de Montréal. (May 2005 – May 2006). Symposium and On-Line Workshops: Interdisciplinary research teams; Mixed methods research; Grant generation; Research measures for assessment and evaluation.

2005

Rural and Remote Health Research: Rhetoric and Reality.  Memorial University and Dalhousie University, Atlantic Region Training Centre.  (June 2005) Workshops on interdisciplinary research in applied health services and population and public health.


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.