B.A. (Honours) in Linguistics, Concordia University
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Ph.D. in Linguistics
In her studies at Harvard, Laurence will focus on Historical Linguistics, that is the study of the linguistic components of archaic languages, such as their syntactic structure, their morphology and the interface phonology-syntax that patterns them. In her case, languages from the Indo-European family (e.g., Latin, Sanskrit, Ancient Greek, etc.) will be investigated and compared. After her studies, she hope to pursue such interests as a University teacher and researcher in Linguistics.
M.Sc. in Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia B.H.Sc. in Health Science (Honours), McMaster University
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Ph.D. in Health Policy
Jamie's doctoral work will aim to produce rigorous empirical evidence on how health system organization and financing affects patient access, costs, and health outcomes. She is particularly interested in pharmaceutical policy and women's health issues.
B.A. (Advanced with Honours) in Global Political Economy, University of Manitoba Master in City Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Harvard Kennedy School, Master in Public Policy
Having co-founded two companies, Benjamin is interested in the ways public policy can either encourage or inhibit private actors to generate positive externalities for the communities in which they operate. His research focuses on policy related to the urban form, specifically looking at transportation and the tools cities have to promote sustainable urban development.
B.A.(Honours) in Economics, University of British Columbia M.Sc.(Distinction) in Political Theory, London School of Economics B.C.L., LL.B., McGill University
LL.M., Harvard Law School
Harvard Law School, Doctor of Juridical Science
Malcolm Lavoie is a Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) candidate at Harvard Law School, where the focus of his research is on links between property law and the collective interests of minority cultural groups, including aboriginal societies.
H.B.A. in Economics and Peace, Conflict and Justice, Trinity College, University of Toronto M.B.A., Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Harvard Kennedy School, Master in Public Administration
At Harvard, Mimi will deepen her understanding of poverty, inequality, and exclusion at systems and policy levels. She will explore best practices for designing, implementing, evaluating, and scaling interventions that empower marginalized communities. She will also build her quantitative analysis, public and social sector leadership, and cross-sector collaboration skills.
J.D., Queen's University B.B.A. in Accountancy and Responsible Business, Schulich School of Business, York University
Harvard Law School
Paul is interested in public law and the relationship between the state and the individual. While at Harvard he hopes to explore administrative agency design and the judicial review of public decision-making.