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Arts students receive summer Markin USRP studentships

June 6, 2018

Congratulations to the successful Faculty of Arts undergraduate students who will be receiving Markin USRP studentships for summer 2018. They are:

Emma Charabin

Emma Charabin, Faculty of Arts

Faculty Mentor: Deborah Dewey, Cumming School of Medicine
Parent perceptions of academic, motor and cognitive abilities in children with developmental coordination disorder

Katelyn Deyholos

Katelyn Deyholos, Faculty of Arts

Faculty Mentor: Suzanne Tough, Cumming School of Medicine
Mobilizing the knowledge of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) prevention and proactive supports for Alberta’s children, youth and families

Ashley Dhillon

Ashley Dhillon, Faculty of Arts

Faculty Mentor: Lianne Tomfohr-Madsen, Faculty of Arts
Investigating relationships between sleep quality and pain symptoms during pregnancy

Rachel Eirich

Rachel Eirich, Faculty of Arts

Faculty Mentor: Sheri Madigan, Faculty of Arts
Study of Adversity and Resilience (SOAR) in abused children and their families

Lindsey Trépanier

Lindsey Trépanier – Faculty of Arts

Faculty Mentor: Fiona Schulte, Cumming School of Medicine
Examining physical activity levels in pediatric survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and sibling controls

The Markin Undergraduate Student Research Program (USRP) in Health & Wellness is a unique program designed specifically for undergraduate students from UCalgary who are interested in the possibilities that lie in health and wellness research. The Markin USRP provides the unique opportunity for students to work alongside leading University of Calgary researchers early on in their post-secondary education. Students choose a faculty mentor who has similar research interests to complete a research project during a four-month session. At the end, students present their research at a symposium. The Markin USRP is one of the few student research programs with an associated studentship that runs during the academic session (fall/winter) as well as in the summer.