Post-Practicum Student Reflections

Our students regularly identify the research practicum as the most meaningful experience of their undergraduate careers, where the university and community meet to accomplish work of lasting value. Browse a collection of student reflections that were made upon completing their FNIS Research Practicum placement.

 

Watch here the 2018/2019 FNIS 400 Students Presentations.

 

From left to right: Tanya Bob (Associate Director), Silken Handford-Perronnet, Adina Reyes Williams, Danika Hammond, Sarah Siska, Dr. Daniel Justice (Acting Director of the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies), Alexa Manuel, Tyanna Carpenter, Jade LaFontaine, Chelsea Gladstone, and Scott Ballon.

 

 

Past Practicum Projects 2004-2017