There are usually multiple research and innovation projects happening at any time. Projects that involve NRFT faculty are opportunities to guide or supervise students.
Students also have the opportunity to work with CNC’s research partners and benefit from their knowledge and expertise.
Student involvement in research projects may include:
Student completion of a natural resource research project fulfills both a capstone NRFT course for graduation and professional accreditation requirements.
Because our research is important to local industry, government agencies, First Nations and communities, there may be requests to use students’ research results and to receive recognition from CNC’s various research partners.
Learn more about a student success story: “Forestry research nets CNC grad national prize,” Prince George Citizen. December 2017.
CNC NRFT students are highly likely to discover a research topic of interest from the breadth of research projects generated via the CNC Research Forest and CNC Applied Research and Innovation department.
Previous student research topics include: