HEAL Alumni Profile: Malcolm Little

Malcolm Little share his work, research, and graduate experience with the HEAL. Malcolm started in the HEAL in 2018 as a Masters student supervised by Dr. Jason Gilliland. He worked on the Spatial Temporal Environment and Activity Monitoring (STEAM) project with his thesis focusing on a novel spatiotemporal examination of children’s accessibility, exposure, and engagement to parks and recreation spaces in Middlesex-London, Ontario.

Check out our summary and notes from Malcolm Little’s HEAL Alumni Interview below!

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