Source: Queen's Gazette

Undergraduate student, Zoe Prystawski, is featured in an article in the Queen's Gazette titled, "Generating positive change through community-engaged learning".

The section Zoe is featured in reads,

"After taking the course, some students get involved again during their upper years. Zoe Prystawski (Sc’23) has held numerous roles. She has worked with the faculty as the project development intern, been a client, and will be a project manager in winter 2024, for the second time.

“APSC 103 provides great opportunities for students to interact with clients both at Queen’s and in the broader community,” says Prystawski, who, during her internship, connected with clients to invite them to participate in the course and then worked with them to develop project proposals into something feasible for the students to tackle. “While doing the projects, students gain valuable experience presenting, responding to feedback from clients on the spot, and then exploring possibilities and iterating on their design solutions.”"

Read the full article on the Queen's Gazette website