Portraits of CRIPCAS student members

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About the Committee

Established in January 2019, the CRIPCAS Student Committee aims to develop initiatives based on needs expressed directly by its student members. This includes organizing scientific activities, training sessions, webinars, professional and social networking events, or any other activities to support students. The committee also ensures the integration and inclusion of students from the seven partner universities.

The initiatives led by the
Student Committee

Podcast Connexions CRIPCAS

The podcast Connexions CRIPCAS is an initiative led by the Student Committee members. Coming from various universities in Quebec, student researchers and partners from different fields within the organization participate in episodes to discuss their research, professional practices, and current issues related to intimate relationships and interpersonal trauma.

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TRACE blog

The TRACE blog came to be in 2021 through a DIALOGUE grant from the Fonds de recherche du Québec, aimed at promoting science-society dialogue. The TRACE blog publishes accessible and popularized articles authored by emerging students and researchers affiliated with CRIPCAS. Its purpose is to make knowledge about intimate relationships and interpersonal traumas more accessible. 


SynTHÈSE competitions

SynTHÈSE was founded in 2021 and is a science popularization competition inspired by the Ma thèse en 180 secondes competition organized by ACFAS. Participants present, in a popularized manner, research results related to CRIPCAS themes in a video capsule lasting a maximum of three minutes. The video capsules are available on the CRIPCAS YouTube channel.


Join us on Instagram

The CRIPCAS Instagram page was launched in January 2023  with the support of a DIALOGUE grant from the Fonds de recherche du Québec. The page shares scientific and popularized content intended for the general public, focusing on themes related to intimate relationships, interpersonal traumas, and positive sexuality.

Members of the CRIPCAS
Student Committee

Former members

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