How do our graduate students contribute to complex society issues?
Each year, several students begin or continue their studies at the graduate level. Their research touches on complex issues in our society and is at the heart of our faculty. We invite you to discover our students every month, and their research, in relation to the United Nations theme days.
- December 5 - International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development - Michela Planatscher - PhD - Department of Economics
- November 20 - Universal Children's Day - Elena Gallitto - PhD - School of Psychology
- November 20 - Universal Children's Day - Andrea Khan - School of International Development and Global Studies
- September 21 - International Day of Peace - Rahel Gebremariam - Masters - Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
- August 9 - International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples - Marie-Dominik Langlois - PhD - School of Sociological and Anthropoligical Studies
- June 20 - World Refugee Day
- June 5 - World Environment Day - Effects of Plastic on our Environment - Marie Lecuyer - Masters – School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies
- May 15 - International Day of Families - Parent and Child Relationships - Audrey-Ann Deneault - PhD - Psychology
- April 7 - World Health Day - Management of Health Crises - Stéphanie Maltais - PhD - Globalization and International Development
- March 8 - International Women's Day - Sexual Violence Against Women - Marie-Lou Villeneuve - Master's - Social Work
- March 8 - International Women's Day - Gender Based Violence - Charlotte Dahin - PhD - Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies