By getting involved with applied research projects, students can get hands-on experience in their field before graduation through capstone projects for class, or getting hired on as a research assistant.
Students benefit from engaging in applied research activities.
Humber students have the opportunity to engage in research projects with industry partners, faculty members, and community organizations.
Working on an applied research project within a team of passionate and determined Humber students and faculty not only provides a great experience, but also helps build resumes and is a perfect opportunity to network with professionals. It allows students the chance to try new things, push themselves, and put the skills they’re learning to use in a real-world situation – an experience that provides an understanding and appreciation for what’s happening in the classroom and how it applies to real job settings.
The Research Assistant Online Tutorial is offered by Humber Applied Research & Innovation as a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) through CourseSites by Blackboard. The tutorial is available to any individuals or institutions looking to provide basic training for effective, efficient and ethical Research Assistants.
The tutorial is comprised of 7 modules: Introduction to Research, Research Ethics, Project Management, Literature Reviews, Data Collection, Data Analysis, and Report Writing. Each interactive module uses videos, case studies, and quizzes to engage students in the research process and track their progress through the tutorial.
Humber Research Assistants are also invited to complete the Humber Applied Research & Innovation Research Assistant Training Program. Program participants are required to successfully complete the Research Assistant Online Tutorial, AODA and Health & Safety Training, and a minimum of 30 hours of work as a research assistant in order to receive a certificate of completion for the program.
For more information, contact:
Applied Research & Innovation has a variety of employment opportunities available to students. Last year over 1000 students applied their skills to research projects, working with both faculty members and industry partners. Here are a few resources for student research assistants working at Applied Research & Innovation.
For more information, contact:
Students involved with Applied Research can book room in the collaborative space in our office at the North Campus (D224).
Send an email to email@example.com indicating the date and time you’d like to use the space, as well as how much space you are requesting (i.e. a table for a group, or the whole space), and we will get back to you with a confirmation.
Humber College has a unique opportunity to promote the healthy development of children and youth through Applied Research & Innovation initiatives.
On March 28th, 2018, The Centre of Innovation in Health & Wellness brought together community agencies, industry and business partners, faculty and students to explore and define the challenge.
We are seeking Humber students, faculty, and staff from all programs who are interested in leveraging their skills to help us generate new ideas to the defined challenge. The half-day IDEATION session will take place on April 25, 2018 in G101B (Lakeshore Campus).
- There are no upcoming events.
- View calendar