The Mary-Jo Nadeau Activist Scholar Award (The M.J.) for Graduate Students in Sociology was established by family, friends, and colleagues of Dr. Mary-Jo Nadeau, a graduate (’05) of York University’s Graduate Program in Sociology. Her anti-racist feminist research and activism focused on white supremacy in the Canadian women’s movement, labour rights, anti-poverty campaigns, and Palestinian solidarity. This award is for a PhD student in Sociology whose work demonstrates a commitment to anti-racism, feminist inquiry, and is in solidarity with local and global struggles for social justice.
For more information, please see Sociology Graduate Program Awards.
Donate to Support the M.J. Award
York University has established a dedicated donation page for the M.J. Award. All contributions are tax deductible and contributors will immediately receive an e-tax receipt. There are two ways to make your contribution:
Online: Donate to the M.J. Award. Since this is a dedicated donation page, all gifts made on this page will be coded automatically to go towards the Award.
Cheque: Cheques can be made payable to York University and mailed to the following address:
Division of Advancement
West Office Building
4700 Keele St.
Toronto, ON M3J 1P3
Please write ‘The MJ Award’ in the memo line. Please print and attach the online donation form, including your contact information, and submit it with your cheque to ensure that the funds are attributed towards the MJ Award.
We thank you for your donations.