Student Supervision

I supervise one undergraduate thesis student (per year), graduate students across the MA and PhD levels, and a Post-Doctoral Fellow (PDF).

See Banting Fellowships (pdf) for funding opportunity for high achieving new graduates.

Undergraduate & Graduate Student Supervision

I will not be taking new students for entry in fall of 2022.  I only supervise graduate students coming in to our Applied Social Psychology program.

My current graduate students’ research focuses on attitudes toward and prevention of sexual violence, how internalized sexual objectification and sexualization affect perceptions of agency, violence, and coercion in women’s lives, and creation of positive femme identities in a hostile world.

Recent undergraduate students conducted research on facilitators of resiliency following sexual assault, the impact of parental sexual socialization and comprehensive sexuality education on sexual attitudes and self-efficacy, sexting compliance, and preferences for sex- or gender-based attributes in sexual partners.

Graduate students are given the opportunity to become a member of the interdisciplinary Health Research Centre for the Study of Violence against Women

Current Graduate Students:

Gena Dufour

Level:  PhD
Research:  Experiences with victimization and gender-based violence, including risk, prevention, legal response, and recovery
Contact: dufour61@uwindsor.ca

Hio Tong Kuan

Level:  PhD
Research:  Women’s experiences of sexual (dis)empowerment living in a contemporary western culture that subscribes to the influence of neoliberalism
Contact: kuanh@uwindsor.ca

Janet MacIsaac (Eleanor the cat)

Janet MacIsaac

Level:  PhD
Research:  Being trans femme: Discursive constructions of feminine identities
Contact: macisaan@uwindsor.ca

Dayanga Randeniya

Level:  MA
Research:  Influence of sexual socialization, gender roles and patriarchal norms on rape myth acceptance among South Asians in Canada
Contact: randeni@uwindsor.ca

Storm Balint

Level:  MA
Research:  Women’s experiences of self-objectification and sexualization and their impact on attitudes towards online sex work
Contact: balints@uwindsor.ca

Jewels Adair

Level:  MA
Research:  Sexual violence intervention and prevention, male violence against women, and technology-facilitated sexual assault
Contact: adair3@uwindsor.ca

Lenox Mou

Level:  MA
Research:  Using a network approach to understand men’s use of coercive tactics in sexual violence perpetration
Contact: mou2@uwindsor.ca

Fall 2019: (from left, top row) Dayanga, Charlene, Storm, Sara (from left, bottom row) Hio Tong, Michelle, Mia (Janet holding camera)

Recently Graduated Students

Michelle Krieger

Level:  PhD, 2020

Research:  Technology and social media use in relation to sexual assaults

Mia Sisic

Level:  PhD, 2019

Research:  Women’s experiences of rape during war in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)

Tanja Samardzic

Level:  MA, 2019

Research:  Women’s Self-silencing with Abusive Male Partners:  A potential risk for important relationship processes

Sobia Ali Faisal

Level:  PhD, 2014

Research: Crossing Sexual Barriers: the influence of background factors and personal attitudes on sexual guilt and sexual anxiety among Canadian and American Muslim women and men

Dusty Johnstone

Level:  PhD, 2013

Research:  Voices from Liminal Spaces: Narratives of Unacknowledged Rape