Gregor Sharp

Entrance Cohort
Education

PhD, Political Science, UBC, 2021
MA, Political Science, UBC, 2016
MA, International Public Management, Sciences Po: PSIA, 2015
BA, International Relations and French, Mt. Allison University, 2013


About

Gregor Sharp is an instructor in the Department of Political Science and the incoming Academic Director of The Phil Lind Initiative at the University of British Columbia.


Publications

Andreas Østhagen, Gregory Levi Sharp & Paal Sigurd Hilde (2018) At Opposite Poles: Canada’s and Norway’s approaches to security in the Arctic, The Polar Journal, 8:1, 163-181, DOI: 10.1080/2154896X.2018.1468625


Awards

The Simons Foundation Graduate Research Award for Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, 2018

Frederic H. Soward Memorial Fellowship, 2017
Global Affairs Canada International Policy Ideas Challenge Winner, 2017

Four Year Doctoral Fellowship, University of British Columbia, 2016

Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, 2015, 2016, 2017


Gregor Sharp

Entrance Cohort
Education

PhD, Political Science, UBC, 2021
MA, Political Science, UBC, 2016
MA, International Public Management, Sciences Po: PSIA, 2015
BA, International Relations and French, Mt. Allison University, 2013


About

Gregor Sharp is an instructor in the Department of Political Science and the incoming Academic Director of The Phil Lind Initiative at the University of British Columbia.


Publications

Andreas Østhagen, Gregory Levi Sharp & Paal Sigurd Hilde (2018) At Opposite Poles: Canada’s and Norway’s approaches to security in the Arctic, The Polar Journal, 8:1, 163-181, DOI: 10.1080/2154896X.2018.1468625


Awards

The Simons Foundation Graduate Research Award for Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, 2018

Frederic H. Soward Memorial Fellowship, 2017
Global Affairs Canada International Policy Ideas Challenge Winner, 2017

Four Year Doctoral Fellowship, University of British Columbia, 2016

Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, 2015, 2016, 2017


Gregor Sharp

Entrance Cohort
Education

PhD, Political Science, UBC, 2021
MA, Political Science, UBC, 2016
MA, International Public Management, Sciences Po: PSIA, 2015
BA, International Relations and French, Mt. Allison University, 2013

About keyboard_arrow_down

Gregor Sharp is an instructor in the Department of Political Science and the incoming Academic Director of The Phil Lind Initiative at the University of British Columbia.

Publications keyboard_arrow_down

Andreas Østhagen, Gregory Levi Sharp & Paal Sigurd Hilde (2018) At Opposite Poles: Canada’s and Norway’s approaches to security in the Arctic, The Polar Journal, 8:1, 163-181, DOI: 10.1080/2154896X.2018.1468625

Awards keyboard_arrow_down

The Simons Foundation Graduate Research Award for Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, 2018

Frederic H. Soward Memorial Fellowship, 2017
Global Affairs Canada International Policy Ideas Challenge Winner, 2017

Four Year Doctoral Fellowship, University of British Columbia, 2016

Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, University of British Columbia, 2015, 2016, 2017