Hi, my name is Stan Yu and I have a Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of Saskatchewan (U of S). The title of my master’s thesis is, Dissecting Accountability and Effectiveness of INGO Work: Converging and Diverging Perspectives between Academia and the Field. Currently, I am a research associate at the International Centre for Northern Governance and Development at the University of Saskatchewan. Previously, I served as the Research and Program Evaluation Analyst at the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness/the University Learning Centre and taught as a sessional lecturer in the department of Sociology at the U of S.
My areas of research include:
- Local, National and International Non-governmental/Non-profit Organizations
- Public Sociology
- Engaged Scholarship
- The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
- Program Evaluation
In my spare time, I am an avid cyclist, a volunteer and co-chair for the Bridge City Bicycle Co-op, secretary to the board for the City Centre Food Co-operative, a CBC Radio One fan, a runner, and I frequent coffee shops. Welcome to my personal website. Here you’ll find more information about my education, academic interests, and research projects (both past and present).