First Year, Term 1: Omnibus; Theory; Negotiation, Facilitation and Mediation; Urban Development Planning; Ecological Footprint Analysis | First Year, Term 2: Legal Context of Planning; Strategic Planning; Multimedia Planning; Participatory Processes
Outside of her coursework at SCARP, Maureen continues to develop her planning skills and experiences in a variety of areas. Currently, she is a research assistant for SCARP Director Penny Gurstein & UBC's Taskforce on Community Based Research as well as research projects on immigrant integration with UBC Sociology professor Daniyal Zuberi (Meeting the Needs of Newcomers) and York University professor Philip Kelley (Filipino Youth Transitions in Canada). Previously, she worked full-time as an access to care research for the ELDERS group at UBC's Faculty of Dentistry.
January 2012-Present - Social Planning and Research Council of BC