Pilot Testing of the 2008-09 Youth Smoking Survey.
The entire four months were a great experience, where I developed and enhanced skills, learned new programs and had experiences working alongside talented co-workers.
Developing partnership approaches to improving quality of life in dementia care.
made the MAREP experience so exceptional. The knowledge and experience in research I have gained through the Lyle Hallman
Undergraduate Fellowship has reinforced my desire to continue on to a master’s program with the University of Waterloo.
Curling and community in Canada’s rural areas: A focus on rural women and health.
I think what I enjoyed most about this experience was that I was able to discuss very important issues about rural women’s health with women who I know, or know of, from my community. I also very much enjoyed the contacts I made with other people involved in the project. Everyone involved was interested in some way which created a bond with people, some of whom I didn’t even know.