The University of Victoria is seeking an applicant to the Master's program in the Department of Geography interested in public health and mobility of aging adults. The applicant will work on a project to understand the micro barriers to walking or rolling for older adults in Victoria and the surrounding Capital Region. Research will include literature reviews on mobility barriers, analysis of survey data, and working with aging adults to map their mobility barriers on a new crowdsource tool under development: WalkRollMap.org. The mapping tool is being developed by the BikeMaps.org team at the University of Victoria in a new project funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada. The successful student will be supervised by Dr. Denise Cloutier and supported by Dr. Trisalyn Nelson. This position includes a $15K per year stipend ($30K in total over two years). To enquire about the position please send your cv/resume and a cover letter to email@example.com, by March 12th.