#GRADimpact: A new PhD candidate-led initiative that calls for critical reflection on the colonial aspects of sustainability research

Thursday, June 17, 2021

3 PhD candidates in a pond

PhD Candidates at the Faculty of Environment, Lowine Hill (SERS), Madu Galappaththi (SERS), and Sarah Ghorpade (PLAN), co-designed and delivered a successful three-part workshop series in partnership with the Student Teaching Excellence Committee (STEC) to discuss and develop context-relevant and culturally appropriate research. This initiative guided students in identifying and challenging systemic barriers to social justice and to addressed status quos that reproduce and potentially reinforce existing inequalities.

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