Maxim est étudiant au doctorat en santé publique à l’Université de Montréal et membre du laboratoire de recherche communautaire et collaborative Qollab. Il sespécialise en enjeux 2S/LGBTQI+, et s’intéresse particulièrement aux pratiques marginalisées et stigmatisées au sein même de ces communautés comme le travail du sexe et la consommation sexualisée (chemsex). Maxim est en partie financéContinue reading “Félicitations à Maxim Gaudette pour la réussite de la Bourse Fondation Lambda pour l’excellence!”
Grace R. Taylor (They/Them) holds a Bachelor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Leadership and is currently a Masters’s student at the University of New Brunswick, where they study transgender food poetics. Grace’s academic work focuses largely on queer and trans experiences, mythology, and female sexuality. For the past two years, they have worked with UNB’s graduateContinue reading “Congrats to Grace Taylor for winning the Christian Landry Memorial Scholarship!”
Raymond is currently in his fifth year of the PhD program in clinical psychology at the University of Ottawa. He holds previous degrees in psychology from the University of Guelph and Trent University. Raymond has been actively engaged in scholarly work on gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (GBMSM) for overContinue reading “Congratulations to Raymond McKie, this year’s winner of the Nicole LaViolette Friends of Lambda Prize at uOttawa!”
Congratulations to Alberto Carneiro Barbosa de Souza, winner of the Gary Sealey Friends of Lambda Award! Alberto is a PhD Candidate in Anthropology, Carleton University. In an article published in The Conversation, Alberto writes, “In 2022, I will conduct research that I am sure will reveal a country devastated by the pandemic, with LGBTQ+ peopleContinue reading “Congratulations to Alberto Carneiro Barbosa de Souza!!”
Congratulations to Patrick Hickey, this year’s winner of the Christian Landry Memorial Award for Graduate Studies at University of New Brunswick! Patrick is currently completing his Master of Arts degree in Experimental Psychology at UNB Saint John after completing a BSc in Biology and Psychology. During his studies, Patrick has served as President of theContinue reading “Congratulations to Patrick Hickey!!”
Check out this great interview of Cameron George Aitken !
Reminder to University of Ottawa students – the deadline for the Nicole LaViolette Friends of Lambda Award is April 30! Tell your uOttawa friends! This award encourages excellence in research on issues affecting queer people, specifically laws, and public and private policies affecting their human rights, as well as those matters pertaining more generally toContinue reading “Deadline for Nicole LaViolette Award at uOttawa is April 30!”
Aaron is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Linguistics with a minor in Liberal Arts. This scholarship is for new, full-time students entering any faculty at Concordia University. The recipient must be an active member of LGBTQ2l communities, especially through service and activism. Congrats, Aaron!! Keep up the great work!
Fall greetings to all of our friends, donors, and University partners. The Lambda board has just concluded our AGM as of September 2021. During this meeting, Dr. Patrazia Gentile stepped down from the role of President and the Lambda Board. For more information about the fabulous work that Dr. Gentile accomplished with Lambda, please seeContinue reading “Lambda Annual General Meeting Update”
Congratulations to Lila Adam-Gordon, the 2021 Winner of the Jack Hallam Human Rights Award. In their own words: “My plans in the future involve, beginning this August, attending UWC in Bosnia and Herzegovina where I will study a variety of subjects (focusing on humanities) with students from over 60 countries for two years. This programContinue reading “Congratulations to Lila Adam-Gordon, the 2021 Winner of the Jack Hallam Human Rights Award.”