2022 Graduate Fellowship Symposium - Day 1
When and Where
Friday, June 10, 2022 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Join the School of Cities and our student fellows for the 2022 Graduate Fellowship Symposium! A vibrant and multidisciplinary cohort will present research projects covering a broad range of urban-oriented topics.
Agenda - Day 1 - June 10, 2022
Welcome and Land Acknowledgment
Time of Presentation
Name of the Fellow
|10:15 am||Cheryl Cheung||Visualizing Life from the City’s Fringes|
|10:30 am||Emily Power||Tenant Dispossession and Landlord Accumulation under COVID-19: A Case Study of Toronto|
|10:45 am||Emily Farrar||Effects of Bus Electrification on Air Quality along Bus Corridors|
|11:00 am||Bud Roach||Cultural Connections in the Public Square|
|11:15 am||Nadia Qureshi||Nourishing STEM identities: Black students' access to post-secondary STEM education|
|11:30 am||Yunshun Zhong||Automatic shoreline erosion detection in urban area using machine learning|
|11:45 am||James Ankers||Toronto the Bad (Listener)? Assessing Torontonians' Policy Preferences and Council|
|12:00 pm||Amber DeJohn||Spatio-political contexts of COVID-19 mobilities: an investigation of older Chinese migrants in Toronto, Canada|
|12:15 pm||Diana Barrero||Weaving Women's Stories: Women's Representation of Urban Life Through Textiles|
|12:30 pm||Felix Lambrecht||Restorative Justice in the City: Repairing historical injustices through city relationships|
|12:45 pm||Final Remarks|
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