The Graduate Program in Social and Political Thought is hosting a conference in honour of former Social and Political Thought faculty member Ato Sekyi-Otu, October 2–4 in Founders College. Registration is free, but please RSVP: Eventbrite Dinner || Gathering: $10 Wednesday, October 2, 6:00pm Dinner Guests also RSVP: Eventbrite Conference Program (.pdf)
On May 13, 2019, the Faculty of Graduate Studies announced that Nicole Ritchie was awarded the Provost Dissertation Scholarship prize. This award is awarded based on the student’s dissertation proposal, past academic excellent, letters of support from the supervisor and nominated by the Graduate Program Director. Nicole’s Dissertation proposal, “Preoccupied with Objects: Cur(e)-ation, Civility, and […]
SPTH would like to congratulate Arash Falasiri and Suzanne Morrissette, as both have been awarded the Provost Dissertation Scholarship. The Provost Dissertation Scholarship is a competitive scholarship which is awarded to encourage and assist outstanding students in their final year of doctoral study to concentrate exclusively on the completion of their dissertations.
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Orientation for new SPTH MA and PhD students will be on September 7, 2016 RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
SPTH PhD student Savitri Persaud was awarded the Grace and David Taylor Graduate Scholarship in Caribbean Studies. Here she is receiving her award. Accompanying her in the picture are Dionne Brand, left, and Patrick Taylor, right, who is the generous donor of this award.