Undergraduate Research Fellowship for Identity Data and Systemic Racism awarded to ECON Undergrad Samuel Seshadri

Earlier this year, the Faculty of Social Sciences created two competitive research fellowships to support research that examines the use of identity data in academic and policy research to address systemic racism. This initiative is part of the Faculty’s commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.

 We are very pleased to announce that Economics undergrad Samuel Seshadri is the recipient of one of this year’s $2500 Fellowships! Samuel proposed research on the utilization of health care among racial groups in Canada. We offer Samuel our congratulations and wish him all the best with his research and studies.