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"Working parents dealing with coronavirus quarantines will face psychological challenges"

SherbrookeRecord.com, March 31, 2020

"Safe and affordable daycare starts with better policy"

TheGlobeandMail.com, March 2014

"Working parents dealing with coronavirus quarantines will face psychological challenges"

TheConversation.com, March 30, 2020

"The impact of neighborhood composition on work-family conflict and distress"

McMaster.ca

PUBLIC TALKS

"Ministry of Research and Innovation Early Researcher Award"

McMaster.ca, October 12, 2017

"Sociologist recognized by National Council on Family Relations"

McMaster.ca, October 19, 2016

"Reuben Hill Award 2016"

McMaster.ca, Septemeber 21, 2016

"Studying our family ties: Mac researcher up for Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award"

McMaster.ca, July 28, 2014

 

"Six McMaster researchers named Canada Research Chairs"

McMaster.ca, September 2020

"Women are more stressed out by coronavirus than men, new study shows"

Mother.ly, April 1, 2020

"Marisa Young helps stressed-out families with work-life balance"

McMaster.ca, March 12, 2020

"Great-West Life invests $100,000 in mental health research fellowship"

McMaster.ca, January 31, 2019

"Ministry of Research and Innovation Early Researcher Award"

McMaster.ca, October 12, 2017

"Sociologist recognized by National Council on Family Relations"

McMaster.ca, October 19, 2016

"Reuben Hill Award 2016"

McMaster.ca, Septemeber 21, 2016

"Studying our family ties: Mac researcher up for Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award"

McMaster.ca, July 28, 2014

  • Young, Marisa. “A Social Science Perspective to Workplace Mental Health in the Public Service Sector.” A Presentation for the Privy Council of Canada (Office Clerk’s Contact Group on Mental Health). Ottawa, Ontario. March 3, 2020.

  • Young, Marisa. “The ‘Canadian Family-Friendly Community Resources for Better Balance, Health and Well-Being’ Study: An Advanced Approach to Studying Residential Effects.” University of New Brunswick, Department of Sociology, Saint John New Brunswick. February 4, 2020.

  • Young, Marisa. “Family-Friendly Community Resources for Better Balance, Health and Well-Being.” Paper presented at the 2018 COSEP Speaker Series University of Calgary, Department of Sociology, Calgary, Alberta. October 3, 2018.

     

  • Young, Marisa. “Navigating the Early Career Stage: Insights from the Early Career Network” Paper presented at the 2018 Work-Family Research Network Conference Washington, DC. June 21, 2018.

     

  • Young, Marisa. “Workplace Pressures and Its Impact on Health.” Presented at the Michael G. DeGroote’s Health Leadership Academy Collaboratorium Talks. Burlington, Ontario. March 6, 2018.

     

  • Young, Marisa. “Neighbourhood Level Variations in Levels and Experiences of WorkFamily Conflict: A Focus on Gender Differences” Paper presented at the 51st Canadian Sociological Association Meeting, Calgary, Alberta. June 2, 2016

     

  • Young, Marisa. “Unequal Exposure and Psychological Vulnerability to Work-Family Conflict: The Importance of Neighbourhood Context.” Western University, Department of Sociology, London Ontario. April 8, 2016.

     

  • Young, Marisa. “Neighbourhood Effects on Parents’ Work-Family Conflict and the Implications for Child Well-Being” Big Data Better, Cities Lecture Series. Hamilton Ontario. February 8, 2016.

     

  • Young, Marisa. “Contextual Considerations of Work-Family Stress and Well-Being.” Welcome Graduate Student Event. McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario. March 18, 2016

     

  • Young, Marisa. “How to Negotiate Balance in Graduate School: Recommendations for Success.” Jane Synge Conference. McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario. April 15, 2016.