This summer, Le Devoir takes you on the crossroads of university life. A proposal that is both scholarly and intimate, to be picked up like a postcard. Today, we invite ourselves into the daily life of a doctoral candidate in psychology who tells how to bounce back from adversity in order to be able to pursue university studies.
The Forces Avenir University Studies Jury (category Project - Health and healthy lifestyles) interviewed Rémi Thériault and Andrea LeFebvre on the Canadian Positive Psychology Association Student Ambassador Program.
At the CPPA we love not only to see our members flourishing, but also to celebrate them and everything they achieve. In this member spotlight interview, Louisa Jewell, CPPA President, interviews CPPA member and student ambassador Rémi Thériault.
Journalist Monic Néron of Radio-Canada’s radio program Le genre humain interviews Rémi Thériault on courtesy in times of post-COVID. “Monic Néron and Rémi Thériault, PhD student in social psychology, walk the streets of Montréal to observe signs of good citizenship and courtesy among citizens.
Journalist Émilie Perreault from the Télé-Québec program L’Avenir nous appartient interviews Rémi Thériault to better understand the mixed reactions to acts of altruism. “At age 69, Marie Gendron decided to donate a kidney to a stranger.