This year’s grad fellows cohort concluded with an exhibition at Hart House.

NameProgram of StudyDegreeProject TitleProject medium
Ameer IdreisPlanning, Department of Geography & PlanningMaster’sLines in the LandPlay script
Ashique ThuppilikkatInformation, Faculty of InformationPhDRiding Through the Smog: A ‘roznamcha’ of ride-sourcing bike taxisVisual comic
Roland ChengHuman Geography, Department of Geography & PlanningPhDQueer(ing) Pragmatic Resistance: Spaces of consumption and commoning as alternative resistance in Hong KongReport
Delaram FarzanfarPsychology, Department of PsychologyPhDLearning Schemas for Space*Specialized blog
Elizabeth ChanPsychology, Department of PsychologyPhDAtlanta BeltLine Impacts: Incorporating residents’ life satisfaction in assessments of Atlanta BeltLine impactsReport
Faizaan KhanPlanning, Department of Geography & PlanningMaster’sMalvern Memories: Alternative tools for assessing cultural heritage value in Toronto’s inner suburbs*Art-making workshops
Grant BenjaminEconomics, Department of EconomicsPhDLeading Pedestrian Intervals: A Public Safety-Environmental Trade-off?Interactive online map
Hugo CordeauEconomics, Department of EconomicsPhDFaut-il des pistes cyclables dans Parc-Extension? (Are there Cycle Paths Needed in Parc-Extension?)Op-ed
Jacob BessenSociocultural Anthropology, Department of AnthropologyPhDUrban Studies for All: Essential readings in MENA urbanismsCurated bibliography
Jad ZalzalCivil Engineering, Department of Civil & Mineral EngineeringPhDDoes Reducing Emissions from the Transportation Sector Lead to Environmental Justice?: Insights from the city of TorontoPolicy brief
Jennifer HarmerIndustrial Relations & Human Resources, Centre of Industrial Relations & Human ResourcesPhDThe Rise of Public Sector Unionism: Implications for labour and local government employersFibre-based tapestry & website
Keir Matthews-HunterPlanning, Department of Geography & PlanningPhDVisualizing Development Land Values in TorontoOp-ed
Mathew IantornoInformation, Faculty of InformationPhDWho Gets Left Behind when Toronto Automates?Web map & policy brief
Mitchell MaAnthropology, Department of AnthropologyPhDNavigating Identity: From Hong Kong to CanadaTeaching kit
Noah KhanSocial Justice Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in EducationPhDMovement in the Loop: Improving Benefit Access for Indian Internal Migrants | Ghostwork in the Machine: A Phenomenological Inquiry into Indian Data Annotation Workers and Smart CitiesShort story collection
Priyanka VermaDoctoral student at the Faculty of InformationPhDCooperative Housing: Affordable and community-oriented models to address housing crisisVideo
Rayan DabbousComparative Literature, Centre for Comparative LiteraturePhDBuild your City: Toronto edition*Board game
Scarlett RakowskaGeography, Department of Geography and PlanningPhDHealth Diseases & Contributing Factors in Toronto, OntarioStoryMap website
Shreyasha PaudelComputer Science, Department of Computer SciencePhDDigital Documentation for Environmental Advocacy: A workshop to design your websiteWorkshops & podcast
Upasana BhattacharjeeInformation (Media, Technology and Culture), Faculty of InformationPhDDesignated Graffiti Area: A photo essay on street art, scaffolding, and space*Photo essay
Vicky ZhouMaster of Public Policy, Munk SchoolMaster’sThrough my eyes: exploring the city of Toronto at the intersection of urban policies and urban photographyPhoto essay
Vineetha NallaPlanning, Department of Geography and PlanningPhDUrban Risk and Resilience (URR) CurriculumOp-ed
* = Students who are engaging with and attending events with the Creative Communities Commons (CCC)