June 10, 2019

Jodie Salter, Writing Specialist and Acting Manager of Writing Services, University of Guelph Library

Jodie Salter, Writing Specialist and Acting Manager of Writing Services, University of Guelph Library

Jodie Salter graduated with a PhD from the University of Guelph in English and Theatre Studies, where her dissertation focused... View Article

Jodie Salter graduated with a PhD from the University of Guelph in English and Theatre Studies, where her dissertation focused... View Article

June 4, 2019

Laura Godsoe, Partner and Diversity & Inclusion Lead at KBRS

Laura Godsoe, Partner and Diversity & Inclusion Lead at KBRS

Laura graduated with a PhD from York University’s History department. Her dissertation explored women’s identities and narratives in colonial France... View Article

Laura graduated with a PhD from York University’s History department. Her dissertation explored women’s identities and narratives in colonial France... View Article

May 21, 2019

Emmett Macfarlane, Associate Professor and Associate Chair of Graduate Studies, Waterloo

Emmett Macfarlane, Associate Professor and Associate Chair of Graduate Studies, Waterloo

Emmett Macfarlane graduated with a PhD in Political Science from Queen’s University, examining the Supreme Court of Canada and the... View Article

Emmett Macfarlane graduated with a PhD in Political Science from Queen’s University, examining the Supreme Court of Canada and the... View Article

May 13, 2019

Jenny Flagler-George, Manager of Patient Experience at the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network

Jenny Flagler-George, Manager of Patient Experience at the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network

Jenny Flagler-George graduated with a PhD in Sociology from the University of Waterloo. Her dissertation focused on the experiences of... View Article

Jenny Flagler-George graduated with a PhD in Sociology from the University of Waterloo. Her dissertation focused on the experiences of... View Article

Our Partners

TRaCE would not be possible without the valuable support of universities across Canada, funding agencies and the unflagging efforts of many many people who have participated in this project both at the ground level and in envisioning strategies, larger goals and outcomes.

Nos partenaires

Le projet TRaCE ne serait pas possible sans l’aide précieuse des universités partout au Canada, les organismes de financement et les efforts inlassables de nombreuses personnes qui ont participé à ce projet sur le terrain ou en concevant des stratégies, des objectifs de plus grande envergure et des résultats à atteindre.

University of Alberta
University of Calgary
Carleton University
Concordia of Alberta
Dalhousie University
University of Guelph
INRS
IPLAI
Wilfrid Laurier University
Universite Laval
McGill
McMaster University
Memorial University
Universite de Montreal
Queens University
Ryerson University
University of Saskatchewan
SFU
UBC
University of Toronto
u Ottawa
University of Waterloo
Western University
University of Windsor
York U
Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Canadian Association for Graduate Studies
Jackman Humanities Institute University of Toronto
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada