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AR students are working and volunteering in Canada and around the world...
JUSTIN is completing his AQUA 400 Work Term in The Bahamas. He is working with the Cape Eleuthera Institute Flats Program and researchers from The Bahamas and universities in the United States.
RACHEL spent the month of May in Grenada working as a research assistant with Ocean Spirits, a conservation organization focused primarily on protecting marine turtles. She is finishing up her summer in Portland, ON, where she is completing an internship with the Centre for Sustainable Watersheds (CSW).
CHELSEY is currently (July and August 2011) participating in an archaeological field school in Italy!
LEAH and ANDREA are conducting research along the beaches of the Northumberland Coast, Nova Scotia, as part of their Biology Honours and Aquatic Resources research.
AR senior student - Ms. Carly Eagles - was awarded the Asadulla-Bibijan (Science) Award for her research and poster presented at the 9th annual Student Research Day (24 March 2011) at StFX.
Second year ISAR (Public Policy and Social Research) student - Justin Lewis - begins a Research and Education Internship at the Cape Eleuthera Institute in The Bahamas!
ISAR Work Term (AQUA 400) students successful in obtaining aquatics-related work or volunteer positions for the summer of 2010.
Students are employed by the Canadian Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), a research group studying water and wastewater, the Atlantic Coastal Action Program (ACAP), the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) as a Fish and Wildlife Assistant, an Ontario Conservation Authority as a Water Resources Technician, Environment Canada (PEI) to study endangered Piping Plovers, a university researcher to study invasive species in wetlands, etc.
While gaining valuable hands-on work experience, students will be developing their senior research projects (AQUA 450) based mainly on the work they are conducting during the summer!