Graduate students

Student sitting with Jane Fonda

Melina Laboucan initiated a solar energy project in her home community of Little Buffalo. Actress and activist Jane Fonda helped sponsor Laboucan’s project while taking part in a March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate.

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Students like Lindsay Brookes (Masters in Public Health) benefit from engaging online courses, on campus experiences and practicum placements that take learning beyond the classroom.

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Indigenous Governance graduate student Erynne Gilpin’s SSHRC-funded Master's project with the Tsartlip Garden Project looked at Indigenous efforts toward food sovereignty and land-based education.

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Health Information Science graduate students and researchers are constantly moving into new leading-edge research areas and also work with healthcare policy makers, governments and industry to affect positive changes to healthcare.

Position yourself for a great future

We attract some of the brightest minds in the world and for good reason. At HSD, we rank number one for employment and for offering studies relevant to real work situations. Our programs and courses are directly applicable to the workplace. With experiential and online learning options, you can study from your own community and continue working while you learn with several of our degree programs.

With any of our schools and programs, you’ll become part of an inclusive community of students, staff and internationally-recognized researchers. You'll also benefit from resources offered online and on-campus to bring your own ideas to life and position yourself for a great future.