July 2019| PhD Candidate Ian Van Haren Wins IRCC National Challenge Essay.

Published: 18Jul2019

PhD Candidate in Sociology with a specialization in Population and Health Dynamics, Ian Van Haren, was one of 6 winners of the IRCC National Essay Challenge 2019. His essay was titled "Global...

July 2019| Prof. Celine Le Bourdais appointed to the Canadian Statistics Advisory Council.

Published: 19Jul2019

Professor Céline Le Bourdais was appointed to the newly established Canadian Statistics Advisory Council. This council will provide the Minister and the Chief Statistician of Canada with impartial...

June 2019| Prof. Axel van den Berg awarded Honorary Doctorate by University of Stockholm

Published: 18Jun2019

Professor Axel van den Berg was awarded a 2019 honorary doctorate by the University of Stockholm for his work on comparative labour market and social policy and his contributions to contemporary...

May 2019| Prof. Celine Le Bourdais honored by CIRANO

Published: 16May2019

Professor Celine Le Bourdais has been honored as a “world-renowned demographer” whose research contributed greatly to the study of changing family law and family policy, both in Quebec and in...

April 2019|Prof. Morton Weinfield involved in a review of the National Census with Statistics Canada.

Published: 26Apr2019

Professor Morton Weinfeld has been involved with Statistics Canada in a review and evaluation of the national census and other questions used to measure Canadian diversity, notably language, ethnic...

May 2019| Jan Doering and Efe Peker publish an op-ed in the Toronto Star.

Published: 16May2019

Jan Doering and Efe Peker publish an op-ed in the Toronto Star entitled "Laws that limit religious rights embolden racists, particularly Islamophobes".

March 2019| PhD Candidate Lysandre Champagne wins BMO Doctoral Fellowship

Published: 18Mar2019

PhD Candidate, Lysandre Champagne(2018) won a 20000$ BMO Doctoral Fellowship in Montreal Studies from the McGill Center for Interdisciplinary Research(

February 2019 | Professor Zoua Vang receives a $1.3 million CIHR grant.

Published: 14Feb2019

Professor Vang received a $1.3 million CIHR grant to support her longitudinal research with Inuit childbirth evacuees from Nunavik. Through integrated Knowledge Transfer(iKT) activities, the...

September 2018 | Professor Barry Eidlin’s Labour Day op-ed published in the Washington Post

Published: 24Sep2018

Assistant Professor Barry Eidlin published an op-ed in the Washington Post to mark Labour Day 2018, entitled “Unions Struggle in the Courts, But They Have a Fighting Chance in the Streets.” While...