Established in the Fall of 2017, the Sentinel North Student Association (Association étudiante de Sentinelle Nord - AÉSN) aims to strengthen the sense of belonging to the Sentinel North community and foster the development of a transdisciplinary network of contacts.
More precisely, the Association commits to:
- Broadcasting information relevant to students evolving within Sentinel North
- Connecting Sentinel North students with each other
- Planning social and educative activities
- Representing students in the decision-making processes of Sentinel North
Northern transdisciplinary challenge
Inspired by the multidisciplinary nature of Sentinel North, this challenge is open to all students and postdoctoral fellows of Université Laval, who will have to use their creativity and ingenuity to solve a concrete technical problem based on northern issues.
Sentinel North Pint - Curiosités du monde naturel 2019
As part of the Curiosités du monde naturel exhibit at the Musée de la civilisation, the Association is organizing a special edition of the Sentinel North Pint. This unique event will take place on May 30th and will bring together presentations from each of Sentinel North's research themes.
Sentinel North Pint - Fall 2018
The Sentinel North Student Association invites you to the second Sentinel North Pint , which will take place on November 13, 2018 at the District St-Joseph (240, rue St-Joseph Est) from 7 to 9 pm. This science outreach activity is open to the public and aims to present the research of Thematic project 2: Light as a driver, environment, and information carrier in natural environments and human health through a series of conferences by the researchers at the heart of the projects.
The Association launched a logo contest at the Sentinel North second annual meeting. The participants voted and the winner is Mohamed Badine, master's student in computer science. Congratulations!
Sentinel North Pint
The Sentinel North Student Association invites you to the first Sentinel North Pint, which will take place on April 5, 2018 at La Ninkasi bar in Quebec City (811 Saint-Jean Street) from 7 pm to 9 pm. This science outreach activity is open to the public and aims to present the research of Thematic Project 3: Microbiomes: sentinels of the northern environment and human health through a series of conferences by the researchers at the heart of the projects.
Other active members
Ph.D in microbiology-immunology
Catherine Van Doorn
Master's in biology
Postdoctoral fellow in biology
Postdoctoral fellow in spatial planning and development
Ph.D in biophotonics
Master's in physics
Ph.D in physics
Master's in biology
Ph.D in biology