Student Partners Program – Winter 2020

| November 11, 2019
Submitted by Meagan Keane for Student Experience - Academic and Career and Professional Development

Important Notice

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The Student Partners Program (supported by the MacPherson Institute) creates opportunities for McMaster students to work in partnership with faculty and staff on a range of teaching and learning projects.

Since the start of this program, members of the student partner team have contributed to the design and development of new courses, helped create resources for faculty and students, and collaborated with staff and faculty partners on research projects related to teaching and learning.

Any student (undergraduate or graduate) enrolled at McMaster University is eligible to be a Student Partner. While prior experience in teaching and learning research/practice would be an asset, it is NOT required. We’re interested in working with a wide variety of students with a range of backgrounds and experiences, including members of equity-seeking groups. Some projects do indicate preferences for students with particular experiences, skills, or educational levels, so be sure to read the project descriptions carefully and make the case for why you would be a good fit.

Applications for Winter 2020 Student Partner positions are due November 22, at 4:30 pm. Apply today!

If you have any questions about the Student Partner team, or about the MacPherson Institute and its work, please contact

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