- Gender-based violence in queer populations; Program Evaluation; Shame; Student Retention and Persistence
Andrew Hartman (they/them/their) is a proud queer, Michif individual raised on a farm just outside of Elrose, SK. Andrew is a proud papa to his forever kitten, Luna. Before starting their PhD in the Applied Social Psychology program, Andrew worked for over four years in student affairs. Andrew's dissertation area focuses on addressing gender-based violence queer individuals face when accessing supports and services. As a program evaluator, Andrew is currently evaluating OUTSaskatoon's queer housing program, OUTSaskatoon's gender-based violence prevention initiative, and the University of Saskatchewan's new queer housing program. In addition to Andrew's program evaluation work, they sit on the Saskatchewan chapter for the Canadian Evaluation Society as the Secretary.
Hartman, A. &, Lawson, K., (2019). A Pilot Evaluation of OUTSaskatoon’s Pride Home (Evaluation Report). Saskatoon, SK.
Hartman, A. T. & Squires, V. (June, 2019). The Role of Shame in Student Persistence and Help-Seeking. Conference presentation - Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (CSSHE) Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Hartman, A. T. (June, 2019). Exploring Shame and Failure. Retreat presentation - Leaders Overcoming Gender Inequality in Chemistry (LOGIC) , Quebec City, Quebec.
Hartman, A. T., Lawson, K. L., & Loewen Walker, R. (May, 2019). What Queer Youth Taught Me About The Current State of Acceptance in Community Systems. Conference presentation - Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Hartman, A. T., Lawson, K. L., & Loewen Walker, R. (May, 2019). Strategies For Evaluating in Queer Contexts. Conference presentation - Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Hartman, A. T. (April, 2019). Learning From Failure While Navigating Shame. Conference presentation - University of Saskatchewan's 2019 Advisor's Day, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.