Sean Lauer

Associate Professor, Community Liaison
phone (604) 822-1609

About

My research explores the sociology of community and the experience of newcomers in Canada in particular. I am interested in studying the experience of newcomers in the network of community based organizations in Vancouver and how these organizations impact social capacity development. My work also explores concepts such as friendship diversity and network diversity in the transition from high school to adulthood.


Sean Lauer

Associate Professor, Community Liaison
phone (604) 822-1609

My research explores the sociology of community and the experience of newcomers in Canada in particular. I am interested in studying the experience of newcomers in the network of community based organizations in Vancouver and how these organizations impact social capacity development. My work also explores concepts such as friendship diversity and network diversity in the transition from high school to adulthood.

Sean Lauer

Associate Professor, Community Liaison

My research explores the sociology of community and the experience of newcomers in Canada in particular. I am interested in studying the experience of newcomers in the network of community based organizations in Vancouver and how these organizations impact social capacity development. My work also explores concepts such as friendship diversity and network diversity in the transition from high school to adulthood.