Current Graduate Students


Soyoon Weon (expected 2018)

Mohammad N. Khan (expected 2018)

Mohammad N. Khan is a doctoral student at School of Social Work, McGill University, and a Research Assistant. His research interests are social development and poverty broadly, and family economic stress, financial capability, and economic interventions specifically. Currently, he is working with his supervisor Professor David Rothwell on measuring financial capability among Canadian households, and identifying its determinants. He has experience of working for eight years in the field of microfinance, and small and medium enterprise (SME) finances in Bangladesh.  He obtained Master of Social Sciences (MSS) in Social Welfare and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He attained MSW from the Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA, and was awarded as the Graduate Student of Year 2013.

Nahid Sultana (expected 2016)

Jaime Wegner-Lohin; Co-supervision with Nico Trocme (expected 2016)

Katrina Cherney


Molly Churchill (dual degree law and sw)

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