Recent Submissions

  • NGO program efficacy and outcomes in Eastern Nepal 

    Bignell, Frederick Byron James (2017-06-22)
    The author is concerned with the question of success and its measurement regarding NGO projects in Nepal and the actual project state versus projected outcomes, and how the impact of evolving conditions and contexts affect ...
  • Planning in indigenous communities : lessons learned from the comprehensive community planning process 

    Vanloffeld, Steven (2017-01-30)
    Planning in Indigenous communities is taking on greater importance as land claims are settled, legal victories force governments and industry to consult with and accommodate Indigenous peoples and interests, and development ...
  • At the intersection : examining the meaning of school participation for parents 

    Reilly, Dow (2016-07-13)
    This qualitative study explores the meaning of participation for parents in the education of their children. Ten parents with children enrolled in primary school were interviewed and invited to a group discussion, a ...
  • Value-­‐based succession planning in governance boards 

    Feldman, David (2014-11-14)
    My Masters research project looked at the viability of using a modified version of the Schwartz Value Survey (SVS), a survey used to assess an individual’s core motivational values, as a succession planning and recruitment ...
  • Sustainable elements of the backpacker experience 

    Knowles, Heather (2014-07-15)
    The aim of this paper is to explore how environmental practices contribute to the backpacker experience at hostels. Discovery of what environmental practices positively or negatively affect the backpacker experience will ...
  • The role of women in travel services in British Columbia 

    Westcott, Morgan (2014-03-18)
    According to a CTHRC online article, in less than twenty years “the potential labour shortage in tourism could reach a staggering 348,000 full-year jobs” (Canadian Tourism Human Resources Council, 2008a, ¶ 1). Women represent ...
  • Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) : weaving Alberta’s social fabric 

    Cameron, C. Scott (2013-11-14)
    The Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) program is a provincial/municipal partnership that serves over 99% of Alberta’s population through a network of community and regional programs (FCSSAA, 2013). This network ...
  • The value of community gardens : a participatory evaluation of Brockwell Park community greenhouses 

    Daze, Angie (2013-02-26)
    This is the story of a garden in Brockwell Park in South London. Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses (BPCG) is not an ordinary garden. It is tucked away in a corner of the park, behind the tennis courts and not far from ...
  • Coast 2 Coast Environmental Home Energy Efficiency 

    Eichmann, Cristy; Osguthorpe, Dave; Parrish, Kristine; Pettersone, Brad (2013-01-02)
    This report sought to answer the question, “Do home energy efficiency upgrades affect the market value of a home?” A multi-tiered approach was taken to assess the impacts of upgrades on a home’s market value, including: a ...
  • Students as Key Stakeholders in Advancing Sustainability in Higher Education: A Research Project 

    Gudjonson, James (2012-05-10)
    The project determined whether Thompson Rivers University (TRU) is meeting students' expectations both in terms of relevant, contemporary curricula that match the rapidly evolving, sustainable business and workplace ...
  • Upcycled Paper Bead Jewelry, Tanzania : Micro Business Catalyst Fellowship 2010/11 

    Vanja, Lalic (2010)
    Vanja Lalic, BA IHM 2010, describes in this video presentation the success of a bead and necklace making enterprise for women with Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Tanzania. This upcycled paper bead jewelry business ...
  • Mushroom growing business, Tanzania : Micro Business Catalyst Fellowship 2010/11 

    Miller, Andrew (2010)
    Andrew Miller, BComm 2010/2011, describes how edible mushroom growing kits are augmenting ten villagers' income in Tanzania by 50%. This mushroom growing business was one of three small businesses sponsored by the Micro ...
  • Elevator pitch : What2Cook 

    Urbinsky, Kelly (2011-02-26)
    A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes What2Cook, a recipe and meal planning smart-phone application targeted at tech-savvy ...
  • ENMN 313 : Books for Literacy : Selling Used Books to Support Literacy 

    Unknown author (2010-10-13)
    ENMN 313 PowerPoint presentation.
  • ENMN 313 : Project Shedding Light 

    Van Dam, Brad; Caledonia, Fred; Perrey, Jordan; Gable, Sheree; Weatherly, Trever (2010-10-13)
    ENMN 313 PowerPoint presentation
  • Elevator pitch : In Play Golf System 

    Lafortune, Billy-Joe (2010-09-22)
    A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes an embedded chip embedded system that enables users to locate golf balls lost in the ...
  • Elevator pitch : Buddy Bike Inc. 

    Mastropietro, Lorraine (2010-09-18)
    Introduces the Buddy Bike, a side-by-side tandem bicycle that allows riders to "interact as equals while still enjoying an active bicycle adventure".
  • Elevator pitch : GetThreeQuotes.com 

    Van Dam, Brad (2010-09-15)
    A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes getthreequotes.com, an online service that lets contractors bid on consumer home ...
  • Elevator pitch : The Mill Spa and Wellness Centre 

    Connors, Tammy (2010-09-15)
    A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes The Mill Spa Wellness Centre, a 15,000 square foot heritage property in downtown Ottawa.
  • Elevator pitch : Lass-e GPS Tracking System 

    Chong, Roy (2010-07-08)
    A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes a micro-GPS tracking device for children called Lass-e.

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