The LFS graduate program in Animal Welfare anticipates having available one or more NSERC-USRA (Undergraduate Student Research Awards) for summer 2013.
Interested and qualified students should contact Animal Welfare Program Research Coordinator Chris McGill (email@example.com) before February 25th. For details on NSERC-USRA visit
- Open to Canadian citizens or permanent residents
- Applicants must be registered (at the time of application) in a bachelor’s degree program (full time or part time) in the term immediately before holding the award
- Applicants must have obtained, over the previous years of study, at least a B+ average.
- Applicants must have completed (at the time they hold the award) all the course requirements of at least the first year of university study (or two academic terms) towards a bachelor’s degree
- Applicants must not have started a program of graduate studies in the natural science or engineering.
Graduating students are eligible for the award during the term immediately following the completion of their undergraduate program requirements, regardless of their graduation date, as long as they have not started a program of graduate studies.