Updated BISC Information: Due to current pandemic related travel restrictions, the BISC stream of the 2021 USSRF program will be running remotely. We are offering 1 BISC opportunity to work with Dr. Ruth Cereceda on her research project titled: ’ Making sense of experiential learning. Strategies to support students in the identification of learning skills’. The deadline for the BISC stream has been extended to Friday, March 5 by noon. If you are interested in this unique experience please follow the guidelines and submit the application below.
The USSRF provides an experiential learning opportunity for continuing undergraduate students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program at Queen’s to participate in social sciences, humanities and/or creative arts research under the supervision of a Queen’s faculty member. Over the course of the summer, students will develop a research project in social sciences, humanities, or creative arts. Students may consider projects in disciplines outside of their own field of study or outside of their focus study areas, as well as those directly connected to their prime area of study.
The program is intended to provide students with meaningful opportunities to engage in discovery-based learning and to develop research and presentation skills. A minimum of twenty-one fellowships, dependent on funding, will be available.
- 2021 Guidelines
- 2021 Application - Student Portion (Fillable PDF PDF 243 KB)
- 2021 Application - Supervisor Portion (Fillable PDF 239 KB)
- USSRF FAQs
Queen’s University Library can help support you in your research, including helping to publish your poster, presentation, publication or data.
- Research Data Management
- Open Access Publishing
- QSpace: USSRF Collection
For library support contact email@example.com
Supervisor: Dr. Jenn StephensonJacob Pittini, “The Transformative Power of Embodiment”
Supervisor: Dr. Lucie LévesqueGeorgia Fraulin, “Telling Stories of Online Health Promotion in Indigenous Communities”
Supervisor: Dr. Stephen LarinJames LeGallais, “Understanding the Effects of Migration Purposed Artificial Intelligence”
Supervisor: Dr. John McGarryOwen Wong, “Irish Control and Nationalism: A Comparative Study”
Supervisor: Dr. Matthias SpitzmullerRahul Patel, “The Dark Side of Helping: Escalation”
Supervisor: Dr. Adrienne DavidsonDaniel Wolfe, “Factors Affecting Provincial Climate Policy in Canada”
Supervisor: Dr. Susan BartelsAisha Nathoo, "Improving Emergency Care for Equity-Seeking Groups"
Supervisor: Dr. Christian LeuprechtRhianna Hamilton, "Tracking Global Financial Crime: The Illicit Network Nexus"
Supervisor: Dr. David GordonHannah Riding, "A Tale of Three-Hundred and Seventy-Five Cities"
Supervisor: Dr. Wendy CraigReem Atallah, "Virtual Reality Cyberball As A New Means of Assessing Defending Behaviour in the Laboratory"
Supervisor: Dr. Jean CoteNiël Strydom, "The closure of youth sport and its effect on sport families during COVID-19”
Supervisor: Dr. Laura MurrayTaylor Tye, "Indigenous Histories of Kingston: An Updated Resource for stoneskingston.ca"
Supervisor: Dr. Amanda BongersAlex Hemmerich, “Video Game Spatial Training in Chemistry”
Supervisor: Dr. Jeremy StewartGabrielle Craddock, “Validation of Image Stimuli: Understanding Attitudes Toward Life (visual)”
Supervisor: Dr. Ron Spronk Annelies Verellen, “Back to the Source”
Supervisor: Dr. Karen YeatesAlexandra Lucchese, “The Journey to Accessing Care: Individual and societal perspectives of accessing formal healthcare systems for pre-eclampsia and overall maternal-related deaths in Tanzania”
Supervisor: Dr. Elizabeth KelleyLindsey Wilson, “Investigating Depressive Symptomatology in Adolescents with ASD and ADHD”
Supervisor: Dr. Stefanie von HlatkyArthur Smith-Windsor, “Contribution Patterns of South Korea and Australia to the International Coalition in Afghanistan”
Please direct enquiries to:
Research Program Coordinator
University Research Services
Phone: 613-533-6000 ext.79399