Keely Chambers

Keely Chambers received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Calgary, majoring in Law and Society, minoring in Political Science. In her first two years of study, she focused on Indigenous studies and contemporary Indigenous issues in Canada. Her latter two years of study were focused on migration and conflict security. Keely has taken extensive course work in both qualitative and quantitative research methods and plans on using this experience to build a career around developing innovative policy initiatives in Canada. Keely hopes to delve into sustainable energy development while using her background in Indigenous studies to assist in federal relations with indigenous communities during this energy transition.

Academic / Professional Awards

  • Laurier Graduate Scholarship, 2019-2020
EDUCATION
  • Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Law and Society
RESEARCH TOPICS
RESEARCH CLUSTERS
Conflict and Security
Environment and Resources
Global Political Economy / Waterloo Political Economy Group (WatPEG)
Migration, Mobilities, and Social Politics

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