Douglas College > Programs & Courses > Faculties > Humanities and Social Sciences > Step Up Project
Get hands-on, real-world experience through the Student Teams Exploring Pervasive Urban Problems (STEP UP) project. Through STEP UP, you’ll practice teamwork skills and apply the knowledge you gain in class as you explore the unique challenges of urban environments. You’ll hit the streets and gather data about problems such as traffic congestion, homelessness and crime, and then present your findings to city councils, business organizations and community groups, or publish them in papers, proposals and recommendations.
The STEP UP project has been incorporated into the curriculum of the following courses. Register for the course(s) to participate.
Designated sections of ENGL 1130 Academic Writing
STEP UP participating courses are all open enrolment. Register for any of the above courses through myAccount during your assigned registration period.
Through the generosity of the R. Howard Webster Foundation, the R. Howard Webster Foundation STEP UP Award of Distinction and the R. Howard Webster Foundation STEP UP Bursary offer financial support to students enrolled in STEP UP courses. A minimum of $250 will be awarded to each student who meets all eligibility criteria.
For more information about the STEP UP project, contact the individual course instructors.