SSHRC’s annual Storytellers contest challenges postsecondary students from across the country to tell the story—in three minutes or in 300 words—of how SSHRC-funded research is making a difference in the lives of Canadians. The stories highlight how knowledge about the social sciences and humanities helps Canadians understand and improve the world.
“Once again, we were very impressed by the creativity the finalists have shown in their submissions. In a very concreate way, their projects show how social sciences and humanities research is more important than ever for our society,” said SSHRC President Ted Hewitt. “Congratulations to the 25 finalists!”
See & hear Melanie present her research at the SSHRC Storytellers Showcase at the Congress of Social Sciences and Humanities on June 3 at UBC. See Facebook event