| Amy Lemay
| Helen Lasthiotakis
| Julieta Grieco
| Andrew Kretz
| Darren Deering
| Kristjan Sigurdson
| Merli Tamtik
| Patricia Gaviria
| Aisha Khaja
Laurie-Ann Rancourt, Ph.D. 2019
Thesis title: Who Decides and Why it Matters: Institutions, Differentiation and Northern Rural Higher Education
Amy Lemay, Ph.D. 2018
Thesis title: The Role of Expectations of Science as Promissory Discourses in Shaping Research Policy: A Case Study of The Creation of Genome Canada
Helen Lasthiotakis, Ph.D. 2017
Thesis title: How Open Data Entrepreneurs Advance Institutional Change
Julieta Grieco, M.A. 2015
Thesis Title: Fostering Cross-Border Learning and Engagement through Study Abroad Scholarships: Lessons from Brazil’s Science Without Borders Program
Andrew Kretz, Ph.D. 2015
Thesis Title: Exploring the Effects of Postsecondary Experience on STEM Majors’ Attitude Towards Entrepreneurship.
Darren Deering, Ph.D. 2014
Thesis Title: Responsibility Center Budgeting and Responsibility Center Management: Implications for Internal Structure and Strategic Management of North American Universities.
Kristjan Sigurdson, M.A. 2013
Thesis Title: The Rise and Fall of the University of Toronto’s Innovations Foundation: Lessons from Canadian Technology Transfer
Merli Tamtik, Ph.D. 2013
Thesis Title: Expertise and Policy Learning – The Case of EU’s Research Policy
Patricia Gaviria, Ph.D. 2013
Thesis Title: Inuit Self-Determination and Postsecondary Education: The Case of Nunavut and Greenland.
Aisha Khaja, M.A. 2012
Thesis Title: Exploring the Evolution of Credit Transfer Policy: Implications on the Role and Interplay Between Colleges and Universities.