On May 8, 2018, Master of Arts in Geography student Marina Nikolovski successfully completed her major research paper titled “Examining governance, risks and human rights of water in Canada”. Marina’s MRP was supervised by Dr. Ebru Ustundag and committee member, Dr. Chris Fullerton. Congratulations Marina, we wish you all the best!
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Geography and Tourism Studies internship students on their final day of class with Dr. Chris Fullerton.
The Department of Geography and Tourism Studies would like to thank the following employers who hired our students as interns for the 2017-18 school year:
- AMEC Foster Wheeler
- City of Niagara Falls
- City of Thorold
- Department of Geography and Tourism Studies
- Fallsview Business Improvement Area
- Niagara Catholic Outdoor Education (St. Kateri Site)
- Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
- Niagara Region
- Oakhill Environmental
- Profile Geomatics
- Town of Grimsby
- Town of Lincoln
- Township of South Algonquin
- Township of West Lincoln
- Transport Canada – Great Lakes Marine Security Operations Centre
Open exclusively to majors in the Department of Geography and Tourism Studies, the honours internship course (GEOG/TOUR 4F99) gives students credit for work experience in their last year of undergraduate studies.
This year students secured a wide range of positions through a competitive application process. Examples of positions they held include: research assistant, program facilitator, field support technician, communications assistant, planning assistant, and more.
The internship course is offered annually for fourth-year honours students studying geography or tourism at Brock University. If you are interested in hiring an internship student during the 2018-2019 school year, please contact Dr. Ebru Ustundag (firstname.lastname@example.org, 905-688-5550 x4417).
On February 9, 2018 three of our internship students, Sam Olson, Taran Lennard and Cam Rolz, travelled to South Algonquin Township with Dr. Chris Fullerton to facilitate a discussion about Economic & Tourism Development in the area. Read more in the article below.
Photo from the Madawaska Valley Current