Sunday, 27 October 2013
In 2014, two new student awards will be presented. These awards sponsored by Westwood Cycle will be presented to two Douglas College Health Sciences Students.
The awards will be given to two student who present projects that clearly link the benefits of exercise and health. Projects fitting this criteria are eligible for two awards:
Awards will be presented as cash to the student(s). Projects may be individual or group projects with the award being divided amongst the group members.
The primary emphasis of the project is as noted above, the link between exercise and health. Preference will be given to projects that are implemented in practice, with additional consideration given to projects that demonstrate sustainability and/or a direct link to the Tri-Cities Community.
Awards are self nominated and are to be submitted by the students initiating the project. Project packages will be available by December 2013. Each project will be required to:
1. Identify individual or group members (must be a student in good standing in a Health Sciences program).
2. Provide a brief description of the project
3. Identify community or group served by project
4. Identify project budget
5. Identify goal of project
6. Identify implementation plan and/or implementation methods if project delivered
7. Identify evaluation methods for project or evaluation summary if project delivered
Students are to discuss project with their Program Coordinator or Director prior to implementation If project requires Review by the Ethics Board of Douglas College please ensure that this is completed prior to project implementation.
Deadline date for projects is May 2014. The awards committe will evaluate and decide on all projects in June 2014, with award presentation occurring in June of 2014.
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org