Sarah Lachance

Entrance Cohort
Education

BA (Hons.) Political Science, Laval University, 2015
MA Political Science, University of British Columbia, 2016


About

Sarah Lachance is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science. She specializes in comparative politics and Canadian politics. Her main research area is political behaviour and her methods are quantitative.

 

 


Research

Her dissertation analyzes the effect of information on voter decision-making during electoral campaigns in a comparative perspective. She uses existing survey data as well as original data collected through survey experiments and web scraping.


Publications

See my personal website for an updated list.


Awards

  • Political Science Department Dissertation Research Funding 2020
  • SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Scholarship 2018
  • Premier Four-Year Fellowship 2016
  • Faculty of Arts Graduate Award 2016

Sarah Lachance

Entrance Cohort
Education

BA (Hons.) Political Science, Laval University, 2015
MA Political Science, University of British Columbia, 2016


About

Sarah Lachance is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science. She specializes in comparative politics and Canadian politics. Her main research area is political behaviour and her methods are quantitative.

 

 


Research

Her dissertation analyzes the effect of information on voter decision-making during electoral campaigns in a comparative perspective. She uses existing survey data as well as original data collected through survey experiments and web scraping.


Publications

See my personal website for an updated list.


Awards

  • Political Science Department Dissertation Research Funding 2020
  • SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Scholarship 2018
  • Premier Four-Year Fellowship 2016
  • Faculty of Arts Graduate Award 2016

Sarah Lachance

Entrance Cohort
Education

BA (Hons.) Political Science, Laval University, 2015
MA Political Science, University of British Columbia, 2016

About keyboard_arrow_down

Sarah Lachance is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science. She specializes in comparative politics and Canadian politics. Her main research area is political behaviour and her methods are quantitative.

 

 

Research keyboard_arrow_down

Her dissertation analyzes the effect of information on voter decision-making during electoral campaigns in a comparative perspective. She uses existing survey data as well as original data collected through survey experiments and web scraping.

Publications keyboard_arrow_down

See my personal website for an updated list.

Awards keyboard_arrow_down
  • Political Science Department Dissertation Research Funding 2020
  • SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Scholarship 2018
  • Premier Four-Year Fellowship 2016
  • Faculty of Arts Graduate Award 2016