Andrew Hartman BA, M.Ed., PhD Candidate
Grad HUB Student Lead
Andrew Hartman (They/Them) is a proud queer, Métis individual born and raised here on Treaty Six Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. Andrew is the proud zaza to their forever kitten, Luna. Before starting their Ph.D., Andrew worked for five years in Student Affairs providing holistic care and mentorship to undergraduate students, all while completing their Masters in Leadership in Higher Education. Andrew’s thesis aimed at understanding the role of shame in undergraduate students' persistence and help-seeking behaviour. Presently, Andrew is pursuing their Ph.D. in Applied Social Psychology with their dissertation focusing on understanding the psychological processes of shame and disenfranchised grief in 2SLGBTQ survivors of traumatic gender-based violence. As a program evaluator, Andrew is currently evaluating OUTSaskatoon's queer housing program (i.e., Pride Home), OUTSaskatoon's gender-based violence prevention initiative.
Andrew ambitiously takes on other projects which contribute directly to their PhD program outcomes, one of which is a lead role in the research and design of the CGPS' grad student onboarding platform (the grad hub). o
In addition to Andrew's program evaluation work, they sit on the Saskatchewan chapter for the Canadian Evaluation Society as the Secretary.
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