Scholarship, Research, & Creative Activity

Health, Resilience, and Well-being @ CREATE

Description

This student conducted and presented research that focused on the study of human and environmental health with the aim of improving the adaptive capacity of humans and systems such that greater levels of resilience and well-being are achieved.

Position Overview

This research theme focuses on the study of human and environmental health with the aim of improving the adaptive capacity of humans and systems such that greater levels of resilience and well-being are achieved. 

There is a Health, Resilience, and Well-being Award. The recipient of this award will be taken from the pool of registrants that indicate they are part of a research project at registration. 

Position Requirements

  • At registration, registrant indicates if the project would be considered a Health, Resilience and Well-being project.

  • Before the conference each individual student must submit a 300-word personal reflection essay about the new insights they gained from participating in their project. They need to include the three Graduate Attributes associated with this position

Position Overview 

  • At registration, registrant indicates if the project would be considered a Capstone project.

  • Before the conference each individual student must submit a 300-word personal reflection essay about the new insights they gained from participating in their project. They need to include the three Graduate Attributes associated with this position

Graduate Attributes Associated

Students in this position will gain skills in disciplinary expertise, ethical reasoning, and information literacies.

Position Type

  • This is a participation position 

  • Number of positions:: 1 

Sign Up Directions

For more information please contact Kendra Stiwich, Student Research Engagement Coordinator, Scholarship, Research, and Creative Activity Office at Kendra.Stiwich@viu.ca