Publications

Many of BU CARES research activities result in the production of grey literature.  This type of literature differs from traditional forms of academic articles published in peer-reviewed journals.  Grey literature refers to the publications that come from commissioned research or research activities. As a self-supporting research institute, BU CARES relies commissioned research and research activities d for organizations and community partners.   These activities and the grey literature bring significant benefits to Brandon University: (1) through community partnerships; (2) through financial benefits; and (3) with employment opportunities to students and research associates.

Rempel, K. & Lemky, K. (2016). Employability assets of employees in a diversified workplace. Brandon, MB. Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education Studies.  Prepared as part of the VOICE Research Project.  Employability Assets of Employees in a Diversified Workplace

Moscou, K., Murray, J. Rempel, K. Paupanekis, E. (2016). Final research report: Scholastic success study of Aboriginal students in the City of Brandon. Brandon, MB: Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education Studies.  Prepared for the Brandon Urban Aboriginal Peoples Council. Scholastic Success Study City of Brandon 2016

Moscou, K., Murray, J. Rempel, K. Paupanekis, E. (2016). Final research report: Needs and gaps analysis of Aboriginal youth employment in Brandon. Brandon, MB: Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education Studies.  Prepared for the Brandon Urban Aboriginal Peoples Council.   Needs and Gaps Analysis of Aboriginal Youth Employment in Brandon. 

Rempel, K. (2014). Final report of the program evaluation of the Manitoba Rural Learning Consortium. Brandon, MB. Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education Studies. Prepared for the Manitoba Rural Learning Consortium. Final Report of the Program Evaluation of the mRLC

Rempel, K. (2013). Final Research Report: Exploration of Factors that Contribute to Youth At-Risk Mobility in 13 Rural and Northern Manitoba Communities.  Funded by Homelessness Partnering Secretariat, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.  Final Research Report Exploration of Mobility Factors for Youth at Risk

Rempel, K. (2011).  Rural Manitoba Youth Facing Barriers Project: Final Research Report. Report prepared for Service Canada.Rural Manitoba Youth Facing Barriers Project: Final Research Report

Rempel, K., Kirk, J., Brown, C. (2011). Needs Assessment Report: Brandon University Recruitment and Retention of First Nations Students.   Report prepared for Brandon University, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and the Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education Studies, Brandon University. Needs Assessment Report: Brandon University Recruitment and Retention of First Nations Students

Research Connection

Research Connection is a periodical publication intended to provide information about the impact of Brandon University’s academic research and expertise on public policy, social programming, and professional practices.  https://www.brandonu.ca/research-connection/

VOICE Research Project Publications

More information on the 2011-2017 SSHRC CURA VOICE Research Project can be found at  http://www.voiceresearchproject.ca

Brown, C. D. & Albert, B.  Youth Development Program in Northern Mantioba. The Rural Educator, North America, 36, Jan. 2016.  http://epubs.library.msstate.edu/index.php/ruraleducator/article/view/279

Rempel, K., & Lemky, K. (2016). Employability assets of employees in a diversified workplace: Report to the expert panel. Brandon, Manitoba, Canada: Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education Studies, Brandon University. Employability Assets of Employees in a Diversified Workplace

Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education studies (2016, January). Success through our eyes: A photovoice project. Brandon, MB: Author  Success Through Our Eyes: A Photovoice Project. 

Rempel, K. (2012). VOICE Research Project Community Protocol: Opaskwayak Cree Nation.  Example of protocol document for each of the communities involved in the VOICE project.VOICE Research Project Community Protocol for Opaskwayak Cree Nation Community Circle