This Psychology student is investigating Asian-Canadians’ use of mental health services

Applied Psychology Honours student Rico Misajon takes a deeper look at Asian-Canadians’ attitudes about mental health – and whether these attitudes prevent them from seeking counselling and other mental health services

Five ways you can get involved in research at Douglas 

Four students present research project on urinary tract infection

Doing research at an undergraduate level is easier than you think. Find out how you can gain work experience, research skills and build your resumé while learning new things.

Student Research Days returns to Douglas College on April 13

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Participate to gain research presentation skills, learn new things and even get the chance to win the top prize of $500 at Student Research Days.

Calling student scientists! Lead your own research project at Douglas College 

Here’s a chance to dive into a research project, get credits for it, and get published in an academic journal.

Get paid to promote research at the College – here’s how 

Make connections, grow your skills and promote research at Douglas by becoming a Student Research Ambassador.

SHIFT-ing the conversation: An interview with Amber Brown

We caught up with fourth-year psychology student Amber Brown to learn why she is participating in SHIFT and what this research means to her.

Grounds for change: Chemistry instructor turns coffee waste into biofuel

Brenda Addison-Jones and her research team are giving coffee grounds new life by recycling them to produce green energy.

From research to reward

These Environmental Science students’ self-directed projects brought them each a $1,000 TD Award

Don’t be a word thief

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Get some insight on how to cite your sources to avoid plagiarism.