Prospective Students

Graduate Students

Dr. Sweet is currently seeking high caliber Master's and PhD students interested in exercise psychology, adapted physical activity and/or peer support research among disability populations. If interested, please email Dr. Sweet with your academic CV, a non-official transcript, and a 200-word letter of interest for joining his research group.

Please visit McGill’s KPE website for admission requirements for the Master’s and PhD program. 

Undergraduate Students

We have a variety of opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in TIE lab research projects. All of these opportunities are competitive and students are encouraged to contact us for more information well in advance.   

EDKP 453

Each semester the TIE lab has opportunities available for students in the EDKP 453: Research Practicum in Kinesiology course within the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education. Students earn course credit by getting involved with one of the projects being conducted in the lab. Students enrolled in these courses may be supervised by Dr. Sweet, Dr. Duncan, or co-supervised by both depending on their interests and the needs of the lab during that semester. For more information about the EDKP 453, please consult McGill's Ecalendar.

Paid Research Opportunities

Occasionally there are paid positions available in the TIE lab. These positions generally involve financial support for students to assist, 5–10 hours per week, with various elements of the research process such as preparing recruitment materials, collecting and managing data, etc. Opportunities are generally advertised on our website and circulated within the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education.

Volunteer Opportunities

We frequently have volunteer positions available in the TIE lab. Occasionally, volunteer opportunities are advertised on our website; however, if you wish to get involved in the TIE lab on a volunteer basis you are encouraged to contact the lab directors.


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