The Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies has launched the Dean’s Award for Research Excellence (DARE) this year. DARE provides opportunities for undergraduate students to engage in research projects supervised by professors. They will each receive $5,000, and will work on their research projects during the summer term. Learn more about the DARE program.
Working conditions and gender dynamics in the global garment industry: A comparative study of Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, Lesotho and Vietnam
A paleoenvironmental approach for assessing present-day ecosystem sensitivity to thawing permafrost
Antonnia Kiana Blake
Edward Bernays, Doris Fleischman Bernays, and the History of “Commodity Feminist” Marketing
Decolonizing the Academy: Indigenizing the Curriculum Seven Generations in the Future
Improvising the law of copyright in music: music publishers, composers, and copyright litigation in Great Britain from 1777 to 1842
Brandon T. Hillier
Energy Transitions and Living in the City: Adaptations and Vulnerabilities Concerning Home and Mobility in the Greater Toronto Area
Quantifying Reproduction: Colonialism, Birth and Women’s Health in the South Western Pacific Islands (1906-1980)
Samir Karim Janmohamed
Does Microinsurance Have a Role to Play in Improving the Lives of Low-Income Individuals in Canada?
Canada's Temporary Labour Migration Programs: Policy Changes, Policy Effects, and Migrant Resistance