Congratulations to Four PhD Students Receiving Canadian Graduate Scholarships (CGS-D). The program supports and promotes research excellence in a wide variety of disciplines and broad fields of health, natural sciences and engineering, and the social sciences and humanities, including interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research. This support allows scholars to fully concentrate on their doctoral studies, to seek out the best research mentors in their chosen fields and to contribute to the Canadian research ecosystem during and beyond the tenure of their awards. All our PhD students apply for external funding and receive training in developing proposals.
Canadian Graduate Scholarships (CGS-D) Recipients
Sophie Marois (2022-2025), Commemorative Politics: Examining the Memory of the Québec City Mosque Shooting
Izumi Matsuzaki Niki (2022-2025), Reframing the Care and its Value in a Global Context: Research on Immigrant Care Workers Through an Intersectional Approach
Rachel Meiorin (2022-2025), Macrolevel Trauma, Neighbourhood Stressors, and Mental Health: Mapping Canadians’ Stress Trajectories in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Aida Parnia (2022-2025), Measuring and explaining racial and migration-based inequalities in Canada