“We had the privilege of attending a conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. It was definitely a humbling experience. We got the chance to meet many intelligent, inspiring people, and we gained knowledge about various fields. Our wonderful team from GPRC was there to support us the whole time.” Read Anwar’s Story
Research and Innovation offers applied learning experiences for students through various programs and avenues. Students who work with us can access a number of career building opportunities:
• Paid research assistantship positions
• Faculty-mentored, student directed projects
• Internships, work placements, and visiting scholarship opportunities
Why engage in applied learning?
• To deepen your understanding of the subject matter
• To boost your resume or CV
• To gain valuable experience in your field
Contact Ejibola to discuss your research project or your interest in an applied learning opportunity:
Coordinator, Student Projects
Read about students who have worked with us:
Attention GPRC students! Do you work part-time while attending college? What if you could turn your part-time work into valuable experience in your field?
Read more and apply for NSERC's Experience Awards here: http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/Students-Etudiants/UG-PC/Experience-Experience_eng.asp#6
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Years after beginning her educational journey at GPRC, Brigitte Benning has returned – this time to complete novel research on Indigenous-based supports for students in post-secondary.... Read More
After months of work on a research initiative focused on addressing mental health challenges in the community, three GPRC students were rewarded for their efforts with a trip to Ottawa and a chance to participate in a national research conference.
Demica Pusch, Anwar Tuhl and Brittany Cowen attended Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICa... Read More
Candice Coombs didn’t know what to expect when she began her internship with GPRC NBDC-TAC in April. She grew up in Annapolis Valley, an agricultural hub in Nova Scotia, where she developed the love for bees and apiculture that she has today. “I really like the eusociality of bees,” she said. “I think they’re a good mi... Read More