Hannah Reaburn is a M.A. student in the Social Justice Education department at the University of Toronto, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She is completing the Sexual Diversity Studies Collaborative Program as well as the Women and Gender Studies Collaborative Program.Hannah has received funding for her graduate work at the University of Toronto from the Ontario Graduate Scholarship as well as from the SSHRC Joseph Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s Level.Her thesis research is on methods for engaging students with the revision of sexual violence policies at universities in Ontario, with a specific focus on the inclusion of queer students. Hannah is interested in how social inequities and political climates impact student experiences of higher education and in questions of how education shapes nationalism and national identity.She earned a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) with Distinction in Arts and Contemporary Studies, with concentration of Equity and Diversity Studies, from Ryerson University. Hannah was awarded the Ryerson University Gold Medal for the Faculty of Arts as well as the Ryerson University Board of Governors Leadership Award and Medal for her academic record and for her community contributions during her undergraduate degree.