Norene received her BSc and MPH from the University of Toronto. Her research focused on measuring community wellbeing in multi-unit residential buildings through participatory mixed methods.
Research exploring the impact of multi-unit residential buildings and office buildings on inhabitant wellbeing
Morgan, G. T., Coleman, S., Robinson, J. B., Touchie, M. F., Poland, B., Jakubiec, A., Macdonald, S., Lach, N., & Cao, Y. “Wellbeing as an emergent property of social practice”. Buildings and Cities, (2022) 3(1), pp. 756–771. doi:10.5334/bc.262
Lach, N., McDonald, S., Coleman, S., Touchie, M.F., Robinson, J., Morgan, G., Poland, B., Jakubiec, A. “Community Wellbeing in the Built Environment: Towards a Relational Building Assessment,” Cities and Health. (2022) doi:10.1080/23748834.2022.2097827