Places are people.
Every place is different. And every place is a product of the people living there. But what happens when the number, age, background, language, income, or any other characteristic of the population shifts? How does the place react or change?
The Population and Place Research Lab (“The Pop Place”) at Queen’s University is dedicated to the study of how populations shape places and how places shape populations. More specifically, we are interested in how demographic shifts like the aging or shrinking of the population change communities and how communities can respond or guide that change.
- Rachel Barber’s study presented at Elliot Lake Accessibility Advisory Committee
- David Edney Research Travel Award
- Welcome Spencer Mulvaney!
- New publication! Ageing & the Sensory City
- Rachel Barber Gives Webinar Presentation
- Invited talk at launch of ENVERSMET project
- Victoria McCutcheon research presentation