Since 2020, the FUSION Skill Development Program has been integrated into many academic courses and programs, reaching almost 1,000 students.
On Monday, March 28 the recipients of the 2022 FUSION and Citizen Scholar Skills Grant will showcase how they are articulating and translating the FUSION skills to develop learning strategies, improve communication, and problem solve in their academic, work and community contexts.
Join us at the FUSION Student Showcase to hear about the projects they’ve completed and discover how FUSION can enhance the Carleton student experience.
We are proud to recognize and celebrate the important work being done by our students across campus. Please see the complete list of students that received this year’s grant and their projects below.
2022 FUSION and Citizen Scholar Skills Grant Recipients
- Lisa Nguyen, College of the Humanities and Department of Biology. Project: Mental Fatigue and Burnout During The COVID-19 Pandemic.
- Mary Fanos, Department of Psychology. Project: Partnerships Promote Novel Perspectives for Collaborative Learning.
- Sara Berkes, School of Industrial Design. Project: Putting FUSION Skills into Practice – A Personal Experience.
- Brooke Smith, Department of Psychology. Project: How FUSION Equipped Me With the Skills to be Successful in SaPP.
- Fedaa Mahmoud, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism. Project: Reflective Leadership – Fusion Skills for Teamwork Success!
- Hoi Hao Marco Yeung and Lotus Chan, Sprott School of Business. Project: An Instagram account detailing how FUSION skills can help with personal, academic or professional development.