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M.Sc. student looking for community research to partner with

by patzerrpd | March 07, 2016 03:22 | 63 views | 3 comments | #12778 | 63 views | 3 comments | #12778 07 Mar 03:22

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Hello!

My name is Stephanie and I am an M.Sc. candidate studying Rural Planning and Development at the University of Guelph in Canada. I stumbled upon this collaborative science community which seems like an amazing space for community organizing around environmental protection.

I am currently seeking research projects in which to partner with regarding the ability for community managed environmental initiatives to be successful and sustainable.

If any project could use some academic/research support, please reach out to see if your research needs could match mine. I am open to all kinds of projects. I should also mention that I have a background in civil and environmental engineering, focused mostly on water distribution, water and wastewater treatment and water systems.

You can reach me here or at my email spatzer@uoguelph.ca

Cheers! Stephanie


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Hi Stephanie, It's great to hear from you! I have a friend who is a Guelph alum and am always glad to meet students. We do have some water-related work that will begin soon and go all year. What is your timeline? Beyond the end of the spring semester, i hope?

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Is New Zealand too far away? We've got plenty going on over here that we could use help with!

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@fieldlab Could we speak offline? My research focus has been Latin American focused but if our focus overlaps, I would interested in helping and/or contributing to the research!

I'm new to the platform so if could email me to discuss further, I'd appreciate it!

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