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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Patrick Chukwudike Okpalaeke

Patrick Chukwudike Okpalaeke

Patrick Chukwudike Okpalaeke is a PhD student in the Department of History. He holds a BA in History and International Studies and an MA in Social and Political History both from the University of Uyo, Nigeria. He is interested in African history, environmental history, history of health and medicine, and mining history during the twentieth […]

Divine Mokuye

Divine Mokuye

My name is Divine Mokuye, I am a 4th year student in the LA&PS program, Health and Society. I am interested in social science research in healthcare and I aspire to become a nurse one day!

Mina Mir

Mina Mir

Mina Mir is a doctoral student at the Department of Politics at York University. Her research focuses on law enforcement agencies (policing and intelligence) and the surveillance of Black, brown, and Indigenous folks. In particular, her research focus is on surveillant biometric technologies, especially facial recognition technology. She inquires into how technologies of visual representation […]

Patrick Mbullo Owuor

Patrick Mbullo Owuor

Patrick is a biocultural anthropologist whose work focuses on the biological and environmental impacts of infrastructure. His work lies at the intersection between culture, biology, and the environment. Patrick’s dissertation project, Dams, and Displacements: Biosocial Impacts of the Thwake Multipurpose Dam Construction on Women in Makueni County, Kenya, examined the psychosocial, nutritional, and physical health […]

Ransford Dugba Tei

Ransford Dugba Tei

Ransford Dugba Tei is a doctoral student in the Department of History at York University. He holds a B.Ed. in History from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, and an MA in History from York University. His research interests straddle African history, the history of education, curriculum, and instruction, and the history of technology and […]

Oloto Arni

Oloto Arni

I am Oloto Arni, a second-year undergraduate student at York University, I am pursuing my bachelor's in International Development Studies and have minors in Information Technology. I participated in Dean's Awards for Research Excellence (DARE) project with the York University Department of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (LA&PS). I am also an executive member of […]

Molade Osibodu

Molade Osibodu

Molade Osibodu is an assistant professor of education at York University. Her research interests include understanding how to make mathematics humanizing for Sub-Saharan African youth; harnessing mathematics education to redress injustices related to race (particularly anti-Blackness), equity, and power; and exploring African immigrant and refugee math experiences; and African indigenous mathematics practices. Dr. Osibodu situates […]

Yousif Hassan

Yousif Hassan

Dr. Hassan is a Faculty Affiliate with the Center for African Studies and Illinois Distinguished Fellow and Research Associate in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA. His research examines the relationship between race, digital technology, and technoscientific capitalism. Dr. Hassan’s work is at the intersection of social and racial […]

George Dei

George Dei

Ghanaian-born George Sefa Dei is a renowned educator, researcher and writer who is considered by many as one of Canada’s foremost scholars on race and anti-racism studies. Currently, he is Professor of Social Justice Education & Director of the Centre for Integrative Anti-Racism Studies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University […]