Jennifer Ho has been awarded a Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship. This scholarship provides financial support to high-caliber students across Canada and enables them to fully concentrate on their studies.
Jennifer is in her second year of the M.Sc. in Management program at the Telfer School of Management. She obtained an Honours B.A. with specialization in Psychology and a Graduate Diploma in Program Evaluation in Psychology, both from the University of Ottawa. Wanting to learn from professor Silvia Bonaccio, an expert in the field of organizational behavior, Jennifer chose to pursue graduate studies at the Telfer School of Management.
Broadly, her research interests fall within the field of organizational behavior. Under the supervision of professor Bonaccio, her master’s thesis explores the facilitators and hindrances of job carving, a strategy that assists people with disabilities in finding and maintaining meaningful employment, from the perspective of employment specialists and employers. She is also interested in examining workplace discrimination, occupational stress, and employee well-being.