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Undergrad Research

Anna Henderson, Analytical Chemistry

Undergrad Research

David Fuss, Biochemistry

Undergrad Research

Megan Rutherford, Physical Chemistry

Undergrad Research

Nikhita Arora, Biochemistry

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Uriah Wolf, Organic Chemistry

Undergrad Research

Hannah Bloomfield, Inorganic Chemistry

Interested undergraduates have ample opportunities to be involved in the ongoing research in the department, either through their course-work (by taking the Research Projects course - CHEM-4701), through the NSERC Summer Research Awards, or through employment by one of the Faculty members of the Chemistry Department. This hands-on, career-related experience, as well as the strong mentorship relationship formed with the supervisor, is highly valued by students.

 

CHEM-4701 (6) Research Projects in Chemistry Course

(3 hrs Project / Thesis) This course is designed to allow students to investigate a specific research problem. Students work with a faculty member in a particular area of research while learning the techniques and methodology related to chemical research.
Note: Students are strongly urged to consult with the department at least two months in advance of any
anticipated registration in this course, as approval for any planned project must be obtained from a specific faculty member as well as from the Department Chair.
Requisite Courses: 30 credit hours of coursework in Chemistry and permission from the Chair of Chemistry [prerequisite(s)].

 

NSERC Undergraduate Research Awards

Each year the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada allocates a number of awards to students wishing to work on a summer research project with a scientist at the University of Winnipeg.

To be eligible, a student must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada who is registered as a full-time student in a bachelor's degree program in the natural sciences or engineering.  The student must also have at least a cumulative B average in order to apply.

A student satisfying these criteria must then have an NSERC-funded faculty member agree to supervise their project. For more information, students should contact the potential supervisor or the Chemistry Department USRA representative - Dr. Adam McCubbin.

 

The University of Winnipeg Undergraduate Research & Travel Grants

The University of Winnipeg has a variety of research and travel grant opportunities available to undergraduate students.  For detailed information please reference the links below.

 

Chemistry Faculty Research Areas

To learn more about the areas of research the Faculty members in the Department of Chemistry take part in, please click the option below that pertains to your area of interest.