Active in vital, ground-breaking research, our faculty members are experts in their respective fields. These dedicated professionals are winning accolades for their scholastic achievements, often in the form of research funding, and are publishing their work in academic journals and books around the world.
Professor Lorne Foster’s research on ethnoracial relations and public policy formation, and scholarship on the human rights approach to organizational change, ranks among the best in the field and has consistently helped to open doors to new scholarly explorations through a synergistic laboratory of academic-and-industry collaborations.
Professor Lorne Foster has launched the Blackness in Canada project. It is the first nationally focused research project of its kind, uncovering what it means to be Black in Canada by focusing on Black people’s actual lived experiences in such areas as education, child welfare, criminal justice and the labour market.
Check out our faculty’s dynamic, ground-breaking research, which is being published in academic journals and publications worldwide.