Research and supervisors

Dr. Daniel Scott, School of Child and Youth Care, and his research assistant Jessica Evans are studying formative childhood experiences.
Dr. Daniel Scott, School of Child and Youth Care, and his research assistant Jessica Evans are studying formative childhood experiences.
Two of the most important elements of your graduate experience will be your area of research interest and the connections you make with the faculty members who oversee your academic work. Careful time and thought are required to make decisions in these areas.

Use these pages to investigate research opportunities at UVic and where your interests fit. Understand your relationship with an academic supervisor and the things to keep in mind in working together.

Get first hand information by listening to podcasts of UVic doctoral and master's students from a variety of disciplines discussing their research.

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Your supervisor

To find your fit, you need to know just when and how to go about connecting with an available academic supervisor to oversee your thesis, research project or dissertation. Learn more about the supervisory relationship and its significance to you.


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