One Health Trainee Chapter

To get better we must invest in the future

OH@UC is committed to involving trainees as partners, colleagues, and future leaders. We provide valuable research opportunities and training initiatives that address the technical skills and the social and communication competencies necessary for transdisciplinary research, learning, and engagement.


One Health Trainee Chapter

  1. Terms of Reference

    The One Health Graduate Student Group is designed to facilitate campus-wide, transdisciplinary connections, and student-driven opportunities. The aim of the One Health GSG is to develop One Health competencies by providing students with learning opportunities through networking and hands-on experiences that go above and beyond the typical siloed student experience.

  2. Membership

    Membership in the Trainee Chapter of One Health at UCalgary is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows. 

    One Health Trainee Chapter is led by the Executive Committee.

  3. How to Join

Executive Committee Members 

Kayley McCubbin

Richard Wong

Kayla Strong

Rajiv Neal Tanna


Upcoming Trainee Opportunities

Mentorship Program - Requesting Volunteers

The One Health at UCalgary Trainee Chapter is looking for volunteers for a Mentorship Program. We intend to develop a 'mentor bank' of volunteers to provide to UCalgary trainees where they can connect with a mentor and other students that have similar/overlapping interests.

One Health at UCalgary promotes transdisciplinarity so the mentorship groups will ideally
include students and mentors from diverse faculties. We hope to develop small mentorship groups through that can meet at their convenience and self-govern to decide what they would like their mentorship to look like. We don't expect this to be a significant time commitment, but we are looking for people who would like to engage with trainees and increase their network.

Any questions can be directed to kayley.mccubbin@ucalgary.ca

If you are interested, please sign up here:  

Enter to win 1 of 3 prizes of UCalgary bookstore credit ($200, $100 or $50)!

UCalgary’s One Health Trainee Chapter is hosting a photo competition for all UCalgary students to submit their One Health themed photo(s) with a brief description of how their photo represents a One Health concept or approach to a complex health challenge.

Examples include food safety, food security, antimicrobial resistance, zoonotic disease, watershed contamination, social determinants of health, environmental impacts on health/human impact on the environment, and many others. Please submit your high  resolution photos to onehealthgsg@gmail.com, along with your name, program, faculty and photo description (75 words max). Students may submit as many photos as they like. Submissions that meet the requirements will be posted on the One Health at UCalgary Instagram page, @onehealth.at.ucalgary. Please include your Instagram handle if you wish to be tagged.

One Health at UCalgary will select three (3) entrants by a random draw from all eligible entries received during the Contest Period. Each entrant shall be eligible to win only one prize. The odds of being selected as a potential winner are dependent upon the number of eligible entries received for the Contest.

For upcoming trainee opportunities, visit our upcoming events page.

  • One Health Trainee Town Hall

One Health at UCalgary held an online "One Health Trainee Town Hall" on Wednesday, May 13, 2020.

21 undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students and Postdoc fellows participated from various faculties across the University such as faculty od Economics, Geography, Medicine, Public Policy, Engineering, Veterinary Medicine, Office of Sustainability, and Biology.

This town hall was hosted by Herman Barkema, Michele Anholt, Lorian Hardcastle, and Kayley McCubbin. The overall goal of this meeting was to learn about One Health at UCalgary, while the hosts and participants discussed future plans for expanding One Health training capacity through an MSc program, summer institute, and more. The attendees also learned about an environmental scan of other One Health training programs around the globe.

One Health Trainee Chapter

To get better we must invest in the future

OH@UC is committed to involving trainees as partners, colleagues, and future leaders. We provide valuable research opportunities and training initiatives that address the technical skills and the social and communication competencies necessary for transdisciplinary research, learning, and engagement.


One Health Trainee Chapter

  1. Terms of Reference

    The One Health Graduate Student Group is designed to facilitate campus-wide, transdisciplinary connections, and student-driven opportunities. The aim of the One Health GSG is to develop One Health competencies by providing students with learning opportunities through networking and hands-on experiences that go above and beyond the typical siloed student experience.

  2. Membership

    Membership in the Trainee Chapter of One Health at UCalgary is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows. 

    One Health Trainee Chapter is led by the Executive Committee.

  3. How to Join

Executive Committee Members 

Kayley McCubbin

Richard Wong

Kayla Strong

Rajiv Neal Tanna


Upcoming Trainee Opportunities

Mentorship Program - Requesting Volunteers

The One Health at UCalgary Trainee Chapter is looking for volunteers for a Mentorship Program. We intend to develop a 'mentor bank' of volunteers to provide to UCalgary trainees where they can connect with a mentor and other students that have similar/overlapping interests.

One Health at UCalgary promotes transdisciplinarity so the mentorship groups will ideally
include students and mentors from diverse faculties. We hope to develop small mentorship groups through that can meet at their convenience and self-govern to decide what they would like their mentorship to look like. We don't expect this to be a significant time commitment, but we are looking for people who would like to engage with trainees and increase their network.

Any questions can be directed to kayley.mccubbin@ucalgary.ca

If you are interested, please sign up here:  

Enter to win 1 of 3 prizes of UCalgary bookstore credit ($200, $100 or $50)!

UCalgary’s One Health Trainee Chapter is hosting a photo competition for all UCalgary students to submit their One Health themed photo(s) with a brief description of how their photo represents a One Health concept or approach to a complex health challenge.

Examples include food safety, food security, antimicrobial resistance, zoonotic disease, watershed contamination, social determinants of health, environmental impacts on health/human impact on the environment, and many others. Please submit your high  resolution photos to onehealthgsg@gmail.com, along with your name, program, faculty and photo description (75 words max). Students may submit as many photos as they like. Submissions that meet the requirements will be posted on the One Health at UCalgary Instagram page, @onehealth.at.ucalgary. Please include your Instagram handle if you wish to be tagged.

One Health at UCalgary will select three (3) entrants by a random draw from all eligible entries received during the Contest Period. Each entrant shall be eligible to win only one prize. The odds of being selected as a potential winner are dependent upon the number of eligible entries received for the Contest.

For upcoming trainee opportunities, visit our upcoming events page.

  • One Health Trainee Town Hall

One Health at UCalgary held an online "One Health Trainee Town Hall" on Wednesday, May 13, 2020.

21 undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students and Postdoc fellows participated from various faculties across the University such as faculty od Economics, Geography, Medicine, Public Policy, Engineering, Veterinary Medicine, Office of Sustainability, and Biology.

This town hall was hosted by Herman Barkema, Michele Anholt, Lorian Hardcastle, and Kayley McCubbin. The overall goal of this meeting was to learn about One Health at UCalgary, while the hosts and participants discussed future plans for expanding One Health training capacity through an MSc program, summer institute, and more. The attendees also learned about an environmental scan of other One Health training programs around the globe.