Marianne Grenier is currently in her final year of her Master’s degree in Strategic Studies at the University of Calgary. Her principal areas of research are cyber threats to critical infrastructure, nuclear terrorism prevention and international security regimes. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Security and Policing Studies from the University of Montreal. Recipient of the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Master’s Scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) to pursue her research on a comparison of treaties to prevent nuclear terrorism, she is particularly interested in the study of new and evolving security challenges resulting from emerging technologies.
- Critical Infrastructures
- International Regimes
- Marianne Grenier, « Infrastructures essentielles après la COVID-19 : prévoir et mitiger l’augmentation des cybermenaces », Études canadiennes / Canadian Studies, 91 (2022).
- Marianne Grenier, Underestimated Leadership: Assessment of Harry Crerar’s competency during WWII, War & Society Web Series, War and Society, LCSC, (2021).