While attending the University of Guelph, I have had the priviledge of partaking in co-operative education. My overall goal of my co-op experiences was to be as interdisciplinary as possible while gaining out-of-the-classroom computer science knowledge. Computer science is a very versatile field that has applications in almost any other field, and I wanted to tap into some of those applications
Below, you will find work reports from my completed co-op job experiences at the University of Guelph.
My first two work terms took place at the University of Guelph's School of Computer Science. I took on the role of an Undergraduate Research Assistant under the direction of Dr. Daniel Gillis.
I am currently working as a Bird Population Monitoring analyst at the Canadian Wildlife Service in Ottawa, ON. Check back in September 2018 for a completed work term report!