MA student Ramsha Jaweed wins second prize in CRDCN Policy Challenge Competition

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Ramsha Jaweed, Econ MA student, wins second prize in the Canadian Research Data Centre Network (CRDCN) Policy Challenge Competition. Competitors came from UBC, Calgary, Western, McMaster, Toronto, and Laval. The competition is an opportunity for students to use their research results to inform real-world Canadian policy-making and propose innovative policy solutions.

Ramsha’s research involved investigating the economic outcomes of privately sponsored married female refugees. She is currently on her MA Co-op term with Service Canada, Socio-Economic Information department. She is pictured on the far left of the photo below.

Four people standing in front of a wall with picture frames on it