Our PhD students receive an excellent training in research and pedagogy, preparing them for careers in top research and teaching universities. While many also choose to pursue careers outside of the academy, on this page, we feature those students currently seeking positions in universities or colleges.
Salina Abji (PhD 2016) is a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow at Carleton University. She studies social activism and the politics of gender, race, and immigration status. News
Katelin Albert (PhD expected) has research interests that span Medical and Health Sociology, Gender, Feminist and Sociological Theory, and Knowledge Production Politics.
Louise Birdsell Bauer (PhD expected) researches contract academic work in universities, employment relations, and trends in unions and strikes in Canada and the US.
Sarah Cappeliez (PhD expected) compares North American and European food practices in terms of their cultural, identity and consumption elements. News
Catherine Cheng (PhD expected) has research interests that lie at the intersection of gender, nation-state, migration, labour, and citizenship, with a geographical focus on East Asia.