The CIW, as part of the University of Waterloo community, is doing its part to train the next generation of researchers. Research Assistants (RAs) and/or Co-op students work with us each term to assist with research initiatives, knowledge mobilisation and community engagement, and web-based communications activities.
Ashley Flanagan is Ph.D. candidate in Recreation and Leisure Studies specializing in Aging, Health, and Wellbeing at the University of Waterloo. In the winter 2017 term, she joined the CIW as a Research Assistant to work on our Canadian Older Adult Wellbeing Report.
Kai Jiang is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at the University of Waterloo. At the CIW, Kai’s job is updating, analyzing and standardizing national, provincial, and regional data.
Lindsay was an MA candidate in the department of Recreation and Leisure Studies. Lindsay joined the CIW as a Research Assistant in the summer of 2015 and stayed with us until her graduation in spring 2017.
Annabel Wiersma was an Arts & Business student, majoring in Psychology at the University of Waterloo. She did the co-op specialization, which led to her 8 month co-op position at the CIW in 2016 working as a Community Wellbeing Survey Manager.