#GivingTuesday has arrived, everyone! Please consider supporting TIRF today!
Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Emma Chen, one of our 2022 DDG awardees!
Emma Chen (University of Saskatchewan): “The TIRF funding will be greatly helpful to me in my doctoral journey, on research expenses and dissemination both in academia and in communities.
With the TIRF funding, I will also be able to disseminate the research findings in various ways: peer-reviewed articles, such as journal publications and edited academic book chapters; conference presentations, including local, national, and international conferences in the fields of linguistics, education, and family studies; invited talks at local, national, international K-12 schools and higher education institutions; media interviews and articles; and finally, articles in Chinese so parents, children, and youth in Chinese immigrant communities can have access to the stories of their own.”
Learn more about Emma’s work here: https://www.tirfonline.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/TIRF_DDG_2022_EmmaChen.pdf
Our Trustees our matching donors’ gifts dollar for dollar between now and December 31st, up to $17,525 total. Use the following link to support doctoral students like Emma: https://give-usa.keela.co/tirfs-2022-year-end-fundraiser1