2022 Graduate Students Conference
The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship (CSDC) hosted its annual graduate student conference on April 1 and 2, in Québec. The goal of this conference is to offer graduate and postdoctoral students interested in the Centre’s re- search areas the opportunity to present and receive feedback on their research.
This year, there were 24 presentations by students from 6 universities members of the CSDC (Concordia, McGill, Université Laval, Université de Montréal, UQAM and UQTR) and 3 non-members universities (UC Louvain, UBC and University of Oslo). The full program is available here.
See the photos of the event here.
Congratulations to the two students who received the best paper award at the 2022 CSDC Graduate Student Conference:
Khaoula El Khalil – MA student in Political Science at Université de Montréal (supervisor: Frédérick Bastien)
Presentation: “Cadrage en période de crise: Réponses à la Covid-19 d’un influenceur de la droite radicale au Québec”
Philippe Mongrain – PhD student in Political Science at Université de Montréal (supervisor: Jean-François Godbout)
Presentation: “With a Little Help From My Friends? The Impact of Social Networks on Citizens’ Forecasting Ability”
The CSDC thanks all the participants. Also, thank you to the jury members, Nadjim Fréchet, Simon Fitzbay, Audrey Gagnon and Fernando Feitosa, and thank you to the organizing committee, Nadjim Fréchet, Dominic Duval, with the assistance of Simon Fitzbay.