Take a look at the applied research projects CapU students have worked on so far.
With funding and support from the community, CapU students can continue to spearhead important research projects that will ensure Átl'ka7tsem / Howe Sound thrives.
The inaugural INTS 110 class explores the challenges of striking balance in the biosphere at Cheakamus Centre and other locations around Squamish.
This 12-month self-directed study explores sustainable tourism practices in the Outdoor Recreation sector.
Connecting youth with nature is a key goal for UNESCO Biosphere Regions and community-based learning is an objective for Capilano University. Working together we are seeing the results for students and instructors.
Tourism course TOUR 104 Applied Project Management explores various ways the awareness of the UNESCO Biosphere Region can be embedded into tourism in the region.
Cap U Co-op student program creates the first Ambassador role for the Átl'ka7tsem/Howe Sound UNESCO Biosphere Region.
Students of Visual Arts Math 139, Math 123, and Ecology 208 courses travelled to Gambier Island in March 2022 to conduct monitoring in the nature reserve wetlands.