Four CAPI interns win Jamie Cassels Undergraduate Research Awards!

Four students who are currently participating in CAPI’s International Internship Program are among the winners of the 2015-2016 Jamie Cassels Undergraduate Research Award (JCURA). CAPI Interns work with civil society organizations throughout Asia that work on community development and migrants’ rights issues.

These $1,500 research awards are designed to provide support for exceptional undergraduate students who might otherwise not be able to have direct research experience.  Award recipients undertake a research investigation in dialogue with—and under the mentorship of—a faculty supervisor, and present their results at a Research Fair in the Spring.