Several graduate CLTS' students are granted scholarships

Posted on Friday, September 23, 2016

The Centre for Law, Technology and Society wishes to acknowledge and congratulate his graduate students who have been granted scholarships.

 

Nina Natalia Baranowska was granted the Edward Barry McDougall Memorial Scholarship for Graduate Studies in Law for the project « 3D printing : challenges for Tort Law ».

Sileshi Bedasie received a scholarship from CIGI International Law Research Program for his his research project on copyright and access to learning material in the context of human right to education. Sileshi Bedasie is supervised by Professors Jeremy de Beer and Chidi Oguamanam.

Suzanne Dunn was granted the Shirley Greenberg Scholarship for her Master’s project entitled «The eQuality Project », supervised by Professor Jane Bailey.

Ghazaleh Jerban was granted an Ontario Graduate Scholarships for her Ph.D. project entitled « Fostering Women and Developing Countries’ Interests through Implementing the WIPO’s Development Agenda: the Potential Role of Proactive Patent Harmonization », supervised by Professor Elizabeth Judge.

Uchenna Ugwu received a scholarship from CIGI International Law Research Program for her research project entitled « Leveraging the Multilateral Patent Regime to Advance Food Security: Implications of the EU-ECOWAS Economic Partnership Agreement.». Uchenna Ugwu is supervised by Professors Jeremy de Beer and Chidi Oguamanam.

 

Sileshi Bedasie and Uchenna Ugwu were also awarded Open AIR Research Fellowships aiming at promoting student research.

 

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