2021 McCall MacBain Scholar
McGill Faculty of Arts, MA, Medical Anthropology
University of British Columbia (BA’20)
Daisy volunteered for over a year as a patient visitor with a local hospital’s long-term psychiatric care unit. She coordinated research studies for her university’s social health lab, performed with the campus improvisation group, and organized social justice initiatives. While working part-time, Daisy graduated from the University of British Columbia with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and English literature. She worked as the research program coordinator for the Alzheimer Society of BC. At McGill, she is pursuing a Master of Arts in Medical Anthropology.
My favourite part of being a scholar has been the cohort of other scholars. It is a wonderfully unique experience to have such a diverse group (in terms of both lived experiences and academic interests) as a home base in grad school. They offer me new perspectives, push my thinking, and support me to be bolder than I would be on my own.Read more: Q&A with Daisy Couture