Feodor Snagovsky is a PhD Student in the School of Politics and International Relations. Prior to his studies at the ANU, Feodor studied the natural sciences at Queen’s University and completed a Master’s in Political Studies at the University of Ottawa. After defending his Master’s thesis on legislator party switching, Feodor spent a year working in the Canadian House of Commons with the non-partisan Parliamentary Internship Program.
Feodor's research interests include: Political institutions Elite behaviour Voting behaviour Political staff Canadian politics
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowship (2017) Australian Research Council PhD Scholarship (2016) ANU HDR Fee Remission Merit Scholarship (2016) University of Ottawa Dean’s Scholarship (2015) University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship (2013) Loran Scholarship (2009) Canada Millennium Excellence Award (2009)