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Honours student Pengcheng Fang explores how racialized UBC students understand and practice reconciliation in their everyday lives
Pengcheng Fang is a graduate student in urban planning at the University of British Columbia. He recently graduated as part of Sociology’s Honours program under the supervision of Prof. Amanda Cheong. His research project focused on understanding how racialized UBC students understand and practice reconciliation in their everyday lives.
Watch: Dr. Jane Sell’s Martha Foschi Lecture
Dr. Jane Sell reports on decades of social psychological research directed at determining how race/ethnicity operates in small groups and what interventions are successful in the 2022 Martha Foschi Honorary Lecture.