Senior Honours Work (SHW) is an independent study course undertaken by eligible undergraduate students in their fourth year of study. The SHW course calls upon the knowledge and skills acquired throughout one's undergraduate degree to produce a thesis- or project-based culminating assignment.
Maya Adachi is a fourth year honours student in the Sustainable Environmental Management program. Her interests are in environmental and energy conservation, habitat restoration and management, and environmental policy. As Maya hopes to pursue further studies and a career in environmental conservation and policy, she pursued Senior Honours Work to gain the practical skills and experience that would benefit her future endeavours.
Rooha Imran is a fourth year honours student in the Sustainable Environmental Management program. Her interests are in wildlife conservation, climate change, and sustainability. he decided to pursue her Senior Honours Work (SHW) as it offered an opportunity to conduct practical research that could solve real-world problems.
Sarah Costa is a fourth-year honours student in the Sustainable Environmental Management program. She is interested in terrestrial and aquatic restoration, mycology, and conservation, broadly. From her first year of study, Sarah knew that she wanted to pursue Senior Honours Work as a culmination to her degree. As such, sought out a topic that aligned her with interests in restoration ecology and conservation, and that called upon the experiences she had gained and lessons she had learned throughout her studies.
Sarika Ganguli is a fourth year honours student in the Sustainable Environmental Management program. She is interested in marine and other aquatic environments. Sarika chose to pursue Senior Honours Work to dive into the world of cetaceans in captive environments and the treatment of captive species such as orca whales, beluga whales, and bottlenose dolphins.
Tanishka Mehta is a fourth-year honours student in the Cities, Regions, Planning program. Her interests are in urban planning, more specifically in the housing and transportation sectors. Having always known that she would one day pursue graduate studies, Tanishka saw the completion of Senior Honours Work as an opportunity to further develop skills necessary to her future studies and explore topics of interest.