Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program

The main purpose of the ISGP is to enable qualified graduate students to pursue advanced interdisciplinary research exceeding the provisions of existing departmental programs. There are no restrictions regarding the topic and in many cases the student draws upon expertise from several distinct faculties. ISGP is designed only for a highly motivated and superb student who can steer an independent course. It facilitates neither avoidance of academic/administrative requirements in extant graduate programs nor operates to recruit outstanding candidates in pursuit of a particular definition of interdisciplinarity.

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Master's Students
69
Doctoral Students
11
Graduate Degrees Awarded
 
 

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Rodney Stehr

Student
Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSc)

Ashley Heaslip

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Ashli Akins

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Susan Sechrist

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Janina Krabbe

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Adi Burton

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Kelsey Timler

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Lara Aysal

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Alexa Norton

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Kennedy Borle

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Phoebe Wong

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Ewan Wright

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Denise Fong

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Rowenna Gryba

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)
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Rabia Mir

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

Ilke Geladi

Student
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)

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