CSDS Speaker Series 2010-11

Adaptation of Canadian Forces Members
and Their Spouses
to the Demands
of Military Life

Sanela Dursun 
Department of National Defence

How do soldiers and their families cope with the unique demands of military life, particularly in times of war? What is the impact on personal relationships as well as the Canadian Forces?  A recent major study has provided some answers to those questions. The study's lead researcher, Dr. Sanela Dursun, will speak about the study and its findings.

Sanela Dursun is a Defence Scientist at the Department of National Defence, where she leads a research unit in the Military Research and Analysis (DGMPRA) Centre. She holds a MA and PhD in Psychology from Carleton University. 

Monday, 27 September 2010
12:30 - 2:00pm
Alumni Board Room, 617 Robertson Hall
Carleton University

Public parking is available in Parking Garage P9, adjacent to Robertson Hall

Complimentary light sandwich lunch provided.

Registration requested by Thursday, 23th September to
or calling 613.520.2600 ext 6671

The CSDS Speaker Series events are free and open to the public.
For more information visit carleton.ca/csds
or call 613.520.2600 ext 6671