Undergraduate

UG-ICaRE

The objective of the Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Enterprise (UG-I.C.a.R.E.) is to provide 4th year honours students in all programs (BA, BSc, BASc, BSA) at the University of Saskatchewan with the opportunity to work collaboratively to solve complex health-related problems.

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Do you know about One Health? Whether the answer is yes or no, you are encouraged to join us Tuesday, July 11th at 12:00 pm in room 2587 WCVM (Western College Veterinary Medicine) for lunch and a hands-on information session. This one hour session is designed to get you and other students brainstorming within small interdisciplinary teams. Each team chooses a health issue and analyzes it on a larger scale from various perspectives. Next, members apply the unique skills they have developed in their respective disciplines, while having the advantage of being paired with a mentor from their respective field. Through this process, all participants not only come away with an understanding of One Health, but also make decisions on their thesis topics and collaborate with peers for a truly unique Honours project.

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One Health Undergraduate Certificate

Leaders:

                Prof. Patricia Farnese, Law           Dr. Tasha Epp, Western College of Veterinary Medicine

A proposal will be put forward for the establishment of an Undergraduate Certificate Program in One Health. The proposal is being developed with the support of the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness (GMCTE) through a Curriculum Innovation Grant.  Enrollment will be open to approximately 30 students per year with at least 60 credit units of prior university training, that is, those in 3rd or 4th year of a direct entry undergraduate degree program and those in 1st or 2nd year in a professional program.  Students will be awarded a Certificate of Proficiency in One Health after completing 12 credit units of core and elective coursework.

It is the goal of the program that on completion, students will demonstrate an introductory level of knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable them to participate effectively in 1.) Collaborative problem-solving, and 2.) Interdisciplinary knowledge integration to address complex One Health issues.

One Health Leadership Experience
The annual One Health Leadership Experience is a unique opportunity offered to students enrolled in University of Saskatchewan Health Science Colleges.
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