Experiential opportunity for AHS and Environment students

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Are you interested in earning one of your work and community milestones during the Winter or Spring 2018 terms? The academic leads behind the Collaborative Solutions to Inequitable Urban Change project are hiring a Research Assistant from the faculties of Applied Health Sciences and/or Environment for the next two terms. Here's how the academic leads describe the position:

Our project is highly collaborative between three different universities nationally. As a consequence, we are seeking a self-motivated individual who is capable of receiving and implementing feedback from a variety of scholars.

We are seeking a young scholar who will help us to draft a literature review, and pull together our results from a collaborative workshop we carried out in June with four community stakeholder groups regarding their personal experiences and perspectives of urban change.

The position will involve a time commitment of five hours per week, and a stipend may be available depending on the candidate's experience. In addition to their résumé and a cover letter, applicants should also submit "an example of [their] ability to write in an effective and scholarly manner."

If you want to learn more about the position or submit an application, contact Karla Boluk at kboluk@uwaterloo.ca.

If you want to learn more about work and community experiences in general, contact the EDGE team at edge@uwaterloo.ca.