The Cassidy Centre for Educational Justice congratulates Sabrina Ngo, the Centre’s Coordinator and Lead Research Assistant, for receiving a prestigious federal government research award from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada! The SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship is granted to exceptional doctoral students in the social sciences and humanities, after a competitive process and national board review. Receiving this award demonstrates the quality and value of Sabrina’s doctoral research.
Sabrina is currently at the candidacy stage of her PhD studies in the Faculty of Education, specializing in Educational Theory and Practice. Drawing upon her experiences as a former paralegal and paralegal instructor, Sabrina’s research examines how vocational educators conceptualize and enact decolonization practices within their teaching. By examining the intersections of classism and capitalism, with racism and colonialism, Sabrina’s work reveals the deeply rooted connections settler-colonialism has to capitalism.
The Centre team congratulates Sabrina on being selected for this prestigious award!
Click HERE to read more about Sabrina’s PhD journey.