Research

The SSMU University Affairs portfolio conducts and facilitates student-led research on topics that are pertinent to McGill University and SSMU governance. Under the Academic Research Commissioner, students are hired to conduct research on various topics that would facilitate advocacy done by the SSMU. Students, especially those who are involved in student governance, are also able to propose research topics that they think are relevant by filling out a research request form (available soon) or emailing the Academic Research Commissioner. Below are some of the reports produced by SSMU in the past.

Striving to Place - The First Generation Student Experience at McGill-page-001

The First Generation Student Experience

mcgill-university-board-of-governors-ssmu-research-report-page-001

Analysis of the McGill Board of Governors

consultation-report-mcgill-policy-against-sexual-violence-page-001

Policy Against Sexual Violence Recommendations

report-on-alternative-equitable-governance-2016-08-15-page-001

Moving Towards Equitable Governance at SSMU

Indigeneity and Allyship 2016 Report-page-001

Indigeneity and Allyship 2016

SSMU-Research-Report-Equity-in-the-Hiring-of-McGill-Academic-Staff-2-1-page-001

Equity in the Hiring of McGill Academic Staff

Indigenizing the Academy Report-page-001

Indigenizing the Academy

Past Research Reports