If you’re interested in research and advancing knowledge in your field, you can gain research experience as an undergraduate or graduate student. Contribute new knowledge to your field by becoming a research assistant or working on a major research project.
student research projects
funding opportunities for research
How you can learn
Major research projects
Represent significant, original work in theoretical or applied research, usually at the graduate level. Students can gain experience leading a research project while preparing for future academic work or research-related careers.
Participatory action research
An approach that involves the participation of the community in order to co-develop research programs for the purpose of taking action.
Offer students the opportunity to gain research experience by participating in projects or studies conducted by faculty members, university-affiliated research centres and groups, or university administration. Students may also co-author papers with members of the project team, present at conferences, or conduct independent research.
Undergraduate research projects
Can include research, participatory research, or research-creation work that accompanies undergraduate coursework and prepares students for graduate studies or careers in research.
Space to learn: 4TH SPACE
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