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Joining the Rosie Lab

Graduate Positions for Canadians or Permanent Residents

If you are a Canadian or Permanent Resident of Canada, maintain a high (>3.5) GPA and/or have undergraduate research experience, you may be eligible for an NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarship (Master's or Ph.D). The deadline for application is in late Fall of each year. Apply in December to start in September of the next year. Recipients of these scholarships have a high chance of acceptance into our lab. If you are interested in this, please contact Dr. Angelica Lim (

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Feel free to apply even if you do not meet requirements or see current postings, we will do our best to match you with projects as they come. If you are interested in a particular posting please note that in the application form.

Our volunteer postings are recognized on the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), an official university document that tracks your co-curricular involvement at SFU. Learn more about the Co-Curricular Record at

Graduate Students

We currently do not have any open positions for M.Sc. or Ph.D. candidates. 

Past Projects

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More examples of projects that undergraduates have worked on:

General Info For Undergrads

If you are an undergraduate studying Computing Science, Cognitive Science, Psychology, Statistics or related program at SFU or any Canadian university, we may have undergraduate research opportunities available for you. Possibilities include:

More information about these opportunities can be found here or by speaking to an advisor

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The Rosie lab is continually accepting RA applications, however, here are a few dates to keep in mind:

For SFU undergrads, you can subscribe to our mailing list rosie-lablet at to hear about opportunities as they arise.