Students and postdocs recipients of CSDC grants – 2021-2022
The CSDC Grant and Awards Program is designed to promote new collaborations among its members and students, particularly new interdisciplinary initiatives, to pilot new ideas and projects and to support student research and training.
CSDC Scholarships for L’École interdisciplinaire outils & méthodes
|Marc-Antoine Martel||Master||U. de Montréal||400$||R. Nadeau|
|Philippe Mongrain||PhD||U. de Montréal||500$||J-F. Godbout|
|William Poirier||Master||U. Laval||500$||Y. Dufresne|
Student & Postdoctoral Research Grant
One of the CSDC’s central missions is to provide an enriched training environment for graduate students as well as post-doctoral fellows. These research grants are meant to facilitate thesis related research or knowledge mobilization ideas, related to the research axes of the CSDC, that are not eligible or suitable for funding from other sources.
|Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau||Master||U. de Montréal||Do Unfounded Claims of Election Fraud Influence Voter Behaviour?||$ 2,500||A. Blais|
|Marco Mendoza Avina||Master||U. de Montréal||Les bénéfices économiques augmentent-ils l’appui à l’immigration?||$ 2,500||A. Blais|
|Sarah Munoz||Ph.D.||U. de Montréal||Trapped Populations’ in The United States: Understanding Climate Immobility and The Reluctance to Relocate||$ 2,500||E. Lachapelle|
|Ian van Haren||Ph.D.||McGill||Citizen Participation in Refugee Sponsorship in Canada||$ 1,500||Th. Soehl|
CSDC travel grant
All CSDC students are eligible to receive a CSDC travel grant to make a presentation of original research results at a scholarly conference on a topic that is directly related to the research axes of the CSDC.
|Name||Program||University||Conference – Presentation||Amount||Supervisor|
|Sophie Courchesne||Master||Concordia||APPSA – The State of Canadian Democracy After 150 Years: Added reflections||$ 750||M. Kanji|
|Baowen Liang||Ph.D.||U. de Montréal||APSA – Confucianist Asians Confucianist Values Condition the Negativity Bias Among East Asians||$ 170||R. Dassonneville|
|Chris Yurris||Master||McGill||APPSA – Consensus Confusion: the 2019 Northwest Territories General Election||$ 750||É. Bélanger|