Join us for the engAGE Student Competition on May 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.!
The engAGE Student Research Competition is a university-wide research competition for graduate and undergraduate students undertaking research on aging at Concordia University.
The competition showcases and celebrates excellence in student research on aging across the disciplines. Participants will present their research and/or research-creation projects to a panel of non-specialist judges, who will pose questions, adjudicate and evaluate their research presentations. Prizes will be awarded on the basis of the judges’ final decision.
The competition is part of events that will take place during the engAGE Grand Opening.
Participation is free but registration is required. This is a hybrid event.
The layout of engAGE space is wheelchair accessible. Microphones will be used. Gender-neutral washrooms are available on the same floor. Masks will be available onsite. Mask-wearing is encouraged at this event.
Since its inception in 2017, engAGE has been changing how we normally think about aging. engAGE understands aging to be a lifelong journey that includes the physical, personal, civic, social and spiritual dimensions of wellbeing and addresses growing older as the realization of personal and social potentials in context. We are thrilled to be able to bring together members of our community, from researchers, to older adults, to community organizers, to students, to celebrate, reflect, and share our gratitude to all who have contributed to engAGE’s many successes and community-building efforts.