Prospective Students

Dr. Gainforth is accepting graduate and undergraduate students to study, work or volunteer in her Applied Behaviour Change (ABC) lab. Dr. Gainforth is pleased to supervise students with a passion for health promotion, behaviour change and knowledge translation. Students can expect to expect to receive research training and mentorship from Dr. Gainforth. To help students bridge the gap between research and practice, all students will be encouraged to complete their research in partnership with community members and organizations.

Prospective students are asked to forward an application package consisting of a cover letter, up-to-date resume, and transcripts (unofficial are acceptable) to heather.gainforth@ubc.ca.

For more information about the University of British Columbia, Okanagan, please visit,
http://ok.ubc.ca/welcome.html.

Work Study Program Work Study is a competitive subsidized employment program that provides students with the opportunity to work on campus for a maximum of 20 hours per week.

HMKN 499 – Project in Human Kinetics (3-9 credits) Human Kinetics 499 course provides undergraduates the opportunity to get involved in research within the Health and Exercise Psychology Laboratory. If you are interested in gaining credit for research experience, please contact Dr. Gainforth at heather.gainforth@ubc.ca Prerequisite: Third-year standing.