Dr. Monica Mulrennan is looking for graduate students interested in pursuing innovative research projects in the field of indigenous conservation. Potential students may have a background in the natural or social sciences and must be committed to conducting research in partnership with indigenous communities. Possible topics include research related to:
The creation or advancement of indigenous community conserved areas and territories (ICCAs) in northern Canada
The development of a pilot community garden project designed to address food security challenges in a northern indigenous community
Selected MSc and PhD students will be offered a competitive funding package based on a combination of Concordia Fellowships and Awards, Teaching Assistantships, and graduate stipends drawn from Dr. Mulrennan’s available research funding. PhD students accepted to the Department of Geography, Planning and Environment are guaranteed a minimum funding package of $20,000 per year for three years.
How to apply
No longer accepting applications for September 2018 entry
If interested, please send your CV, your grade point averages for your previous programs and a brief statement of qualifications for this position to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please consult the department website to learn more about the research interests of other faculty in our department, who may be available for graduate supervision.