What is SJRI?
The Social Justice Research Institute (SJRI) was established Fall 2013 as a leader in advanced transdisciplinary social justice scholarship, innovative knowledge mobilization strategies, and community-university partnerships. SJRI is a vibrant collective of 47 faculty members from 15 Departments and Centres at Brock University brought together by a shared concern for pressing social justice issues and supported by a Projects Facilitator Dr. Rachel Hirsch. A Faculty Steering Committee (FSC) governs SJRI representing a range of cross-disciplinary perspectives from the social sciences, humanities, and education.
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You are receiving this message because you are an affiliated member, participating member, or a friend of SJRI who has requested updates on SJRI activities and events. Affiliated members are Brock tenured and tenure-track faculty members and professional librarians who have successfully applied for affiliation with the SJRI. Participating members are students, instructors, activists, artists, community members, individuals from NGOs, and people from other universities who wish to have a relationship with the SJRI. All members are welcome to attend and participate in SJRI-sponsored events and research projects.
If you are a Brock faculty member who would like to become involved with the SJRI community please consider applying for affiliated membership.
Other members of the Brock community, those from other universities, and any international colleagues who are interested in connecting are welcome to sign-up for participating membership.
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