CANUE is committed to providing opportunities for students and research assistants to gain new skills – from working with big data to conducting robust epidemiological research and presenting at conferences.

CANUE Student Representative: Kerolyn Shairsingh

Kerolyn is a PhD student in the Southern Ontario Centre for Atmospheric Aerosol Research at the University of Toronto and is the Student Representative on CANUE’s Board of Directors.

Contact Kerolyn by email at


Travel Awards Available

Post-doctoral, graduate and undergraduate students who are developing data for CANUE, or who have used our data to produce new research are eligible to apply for a student travel award.

We will provide up to $2,500 toward the costs of attending a conference (travel, hotel, and registration fees) or visiting a research team at another institution for training. Applications will be reviewed by a Committee of CANUE members within 30 days of submission.