The fellowship is open to candidates enrolled in studies in Human Ecology including Family and Consumer Sciences, at the masters or doctoral level. The applicant must be accepted or enrolled in a post-graduate program in Canada at the time of application.
The evolving studies in Human Ecology include: human nutrition, food science, housing/shelter and aesthetics, architecture, financial resource management, clothing and textiles, family relations, human sexuality, and human development.
- B.A. Occupational Therapy, 2013, Université Laval
- M.Sc., Occupational Therapy, 2016, Université Laval
- M.Sc., Public Health, 2020-2022, Université Laval
Lauriane’s research focuses on community resources of Nunavik (northern Quebec) that promote harmonious development of Inuit children. Her project aims to highlight Inuit promising community support approaches and practices and to facilitate access to these resources for families.
The results of her project will be used to propose consistent recommendations with the values, culture and aspirations of families with a view to strengthening the capacities of Inuit communities and families and to promote empowerment and community mobilization.