The Lassonde School of Engineering is running its second annual Women in Engineering Summer Research & Mentorship Program. The program welcomes female students who have completed grade 11 physics for research summer job experience.
Students will have the chance to assist in labs with ongoing research projects and receive mentorship and coaching from successful women in the university and industry.
Research Projects include:
- Developing biological medical devices to improve human health
- Designing innovative groundwater remediation technologies and green roof designs to protect the environment
- Creating 3D printed structures for aerospace and sports applications
The application deadline is Sunday, June 24 at 11.00pm, and a teacher reference is required along with the student application.
This will be a 7-week program, from July 3 – August 16. It’s a part-time position with pay of $14/hour. See below for further information.