Improved governance and public policy. Stronger societies. Informed citizenship.
Faculty of Public Affairs graduate students explore all of these ideas in their research—and much more.
On March 9-10, 2020 there were two days of research discussions, presentations, a professional development workshop, networking and socializing.
It was an important opportunity to hear the perspectives of more than 70 FPA graduate student researchers.
- Papers and panels by graduate students from the Faculty of Public Affairs on a diverse range of topics.
- Professional development plenary session (TAs in the Winter 2020 term can count this session toward voluntary paid training hours)
- Informal dialogue and post-panel discussions.
- Poster session and networking reception
- Lunch and refreshments.
Read about the 2019 Conference