MA student Jamie Humphrey and Professor Rebecca Tiessen share their insights into intersectional, gendered differences in a post titled A Fearless Mind and a Bright Future: Uncovering the Ingredients for Adolescent Flourishing

SIDGS's MA student Jamie Humphrey and Professor Rebecca Tiessen share their insights into intersectional, gendered differences in a post titled A Fearless Mind and a Bright Future: Uncovering the Ingredients for Adolescent Flourishing on the Templeton World Charity Foundation blog

4th year DVM undergraduate student Hannah Thomsen wrote an op-ed for Ottawa Citizen "Thomsen: Canada should invest its $4.5-billion tax windfall in global environmental justice"

4th year DVM undergraduate student Hannah Thomsen wrote an op-ed for Ottawa Citizen "Thomsen: Canada should invest its $4.5-billion tax windfall in global environmental justice"

SIDGS’ Honorary Professional in Residence Carlo Dade penned the opinion piece titled On China, economic reality bites published in The Hill Times

SIDGS’ Honorary Professional in Residence Carlo Dade penned the opinion piece titled On China, economic reality bites published in The Hill Times

Professor Baranyi’s research project on Disability, governance and development in Haiti.

Professor Baranyi’s research project on Disability, governance and development in Haiti.

Congratulations to Rebecca Tiessen for her winning idea in Templeton World’s Grand Challenges for Human Flourishing

Congratulations to Rebecca Tiessen for her winning idea in Templeton World’s Grand Challenges for Human Flourishing

Article published by SIDGS Alum Peter Szyszlo in the Internationalisation of Higher Education - Policy and Practice.

Article published by SIDGS Alum Peter Szyszlo in the Internationalisation of Higher Education - Policy and Practice.

“International development volunteering as a catalyst for long-term prosocial behaviours of returned Canadian volunteers” co-authored by SIDGS professor Rebecca Tiessen and SIDGS PhD student Katelyn Cassin

“International development volunteering as a catalyst for long-term prosocial behaviours of returned Canadian volunteers” co-authored by SIDGS professor Rebecca Tiessen and SIDGS PhD student Katelyn Cassin

Professor Baranyi's research in Development in other contexts of fragility, violence and conflict (FCV)

Professor Baranyi's research in Development in other contexts of fragility, violence and conflict (FCV)

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