Milestones of our Graduates - Scholarship Winners
Posted June 23, 2011
Congratulations to our PhD candidates, who succeeded in the recent SSHRC and OGS competitions. Amanda Vyce won a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship to support her research which will take an anti-colonial critical theoretical approach to examining indigenous resistance and collective action and the politics of decolonization in Canada. Joe Lyons won an Ontario Graduate Scholarship on his research comparing the policy consequences of service delivery through municipal departments and local special purpose bodies. Alison Braley won an OGS on her research on the moral and political status of children and parents and their rights. Andrew Chater won an OGS on his research on the influence of epistemic communities on Canada's Arctic policy. Incoming PhD candidates Tamara Hinan and Bojan Ratkovic have also won Ontario Graduate Scholarships.
Well done, Amanda, Joe, Alison, Andrew, Tamara and Bojan!