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Investigating Right-Wing Radical Groups in Canada: Meet PCJ Fellow Aden Dur-e-Aden

October 28, 2021

We sat down with one of this year’s PCJ Fellows, Aden Dur-e-Aden to learn more about her research of individuals within right-wing groups in Canada, and her journey into this area of research.

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From PCJ to World Bank Group: Meet PCJ Alumna Tea Cimini

October 19, 2021

Meet PCJ alumna Tea Cimini! Tea graduated from the PCJ program at UofT in 2018 and is now working at the World Bank Group. Learn more about Tea Cimini’s post-graduation journey.

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Alum Feature: Ray Acheson

October 14, 2021

We caught up with PCJ Alum Ray Acheson this summer and learned what they’ve been up to since they graduated. Check out this article to learn more!

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Meet PCJ260 Student, Kiara Sankhe!

October 14, 2021

Meet Kiara Sankhe! Kiara is a University College student double majoring in PCJ and Political Science, and pursuing a minor in Writing & Rhetoric.

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Fro PCJ to Harvard Law School: Meet PCJ Alumna Cindy Wu

October 14, 2021

From PCJ to Harvard Law School, Cindy Wu has combined her background in peace, conflict and justice to the real practice of justice. Learn more about Cindy Wu’s journey in the PCJ program and how it has impacted her in her studies since.

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From PCJ to United Nations: Meet Salvator Cusimano

October 14, 2021

Meet PCJ Alumnus Salvator Cusimano! Salvator is currently living in New York and working as a Political Affairs Officer at the United Nations.Learn more about his journey in PCJ and what he’s been up to in the meantime.

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Meet PCJ260 Student, Niha Burugapalli!

October 13, 2021

Meet Niha Burugapalli! Niha is a Victoria College student double majoring in PCJ and  Global Health, and pursuing a minor in Psychology.

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Meet PCJ260 Student, Mohamed Dasu!

October 7, 2021

Mohamed Dasu is a Woodsworth College student double majoring in PCJ and Sociology, and pursuing a minor in Digital Humanities.

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Meet Dylan Clark, our PCJ362H Instructor!

October 6, 2021

Next up we have Dr. Dylan Clark, who is a Sessional Lecturer at both the Trudeau Centre and Asian Institute. This year, Dr. Clark will be teaching PCJ362: Service Learning Placement, an experiential learning course that allows students to apply their learning from PCJ and contribute to the work of a community organization.

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Meet PCJ260 student, Yevin Ahn!

October 4, 2021

Yevin Ahn is a Trinity College student double majoring in PCJ and Political Science, and pursuing a minor in French. Read more to learn about her interests and what she’s most looking forward to about PCJ!

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