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Active Research Assistants

Research assistants conduct field work: recruiting participants, conducting interviews and working with the data. In addition to acquiring valuable data from research participants, some research assistants help with transcription, statistical analysis, audio analysis and development of publicity and outreach materials for the project.

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Cantonese

Valerie Pang  
Val dot Pang at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Christopher Zhu 
christopher dot zhu at mail dot utoronto dot com
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Faetar

Laura Colacci 
Laura dot Colacci at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Italian

 

Korean

Aileen Song 
aileendh dot song at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Polish

Paulina Lyskawa 
lyskawa at umd dot edu
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Emily Moran 
Emily dot Moran at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Portuguese

Guilherme Gusukuma Teruya 
akio dot teruya at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Russian

Natalia Bakaeva 
Natalia dot Bakaeva at mail dot utoronto dot com
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Julia Petrosov 
Julia dot Petrosov at mail dot utoronto dot com
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Tagalog

Ashley Villagracia  
Ashley dot Villagracia at mail dot utoronto dot com
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Enrique Trinidad  
Enrique dot Trinidad at mail dot utoronto dot com
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Pocholo Umbal 
p dot umbal at mail dot utoronto dot com
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Ukrainian

 

Web design, analysis, PR, etc.

Tim Gadanidis 
Timothy dot Gadanidis at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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