Our goal is to recognize excellence in early-career academic research, advance key knowledge in the realm of housing, and expand the pool of highly skilled and qualified researchers.
The program objectives are to:
recognize excellence in early-career academic research
advance knowledge and application in the field of housing
expand the community of reliable, highly skilled and qualified researchers
Previous Recipients and their stories
Dr. Andrew Crosby received the CMHC-SSHRC Scholarship in 2021 for his research on rental housing insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada.
He's a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Planning whose work focuses on housing justice, policing, and social movement mobilization. Andrew has published articles in various academic journals, including Canadian Public Administration, Urban History Review, and Social Justice.
His postdoctoral research is funded by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and the Bora Laskin National Fellowship in Human Rights Research.