Hallman Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Health Promotion – Winter 2008

Nikhil Kitchlu

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.

Jessica Lansfield

Developing partnership approaches to improving quality of life in dementia care.

Having experienced researchers nearby to provide guidance but the freedom to work and analyze research findings independently
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.

Myca Bateman

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.