Arts graduate students are 2021 GRADFlix champs

Monday, February 1, 2021

Big congrats to four Arts graduate students whose short research videos made the 2021 GRADFlix finals. That's not all. During last week's livestreamed Showcase of the top 25 video submissions from across the University, the top three winners include two of our students: Anna Murynka (MA candidate, Psychology) took first place for her video “Mediums for self-help" and Ben Szoller (PhD candidate, Religious Studies) placed third for his video “Catholic social and ecological teaching in Canadian farming communities.” Watch their winning research videos:

 

This year, Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs, host of GRADFlix, had more submissions than ever before — the judging panel had to cut over half of the submissions just to narrow it down to the top 25 finalists. Congratulations again to the four top-25 students from Arts, who also include: Claudia Sehl (PhD candidate, Psychology) for her video “Preferences for novelty impacts our everyday choices”;  and Erin Fortier (MA candidate, History) for her video, “Urban waste management in medieval England”.

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