Students at Fanshawe College produce a wide variety of scholarly and creative works.This is a collection of all of our exemplary student work published to FIRST. Scroll down to browse all student publications.

Instructions to submit your work

Before you begin, please be sure you have the following items:
  • The name and email of the faculty or staff member who will be reviewing your work
  • The submission's title
  • The Academic School your program is in
  • Your program name
  • The abstract (up to 250 words)
  • A list of keywords (unlimited)
  • The electronic format of your file (word document, PDF, power point presentation etc)

1. Log in to your FIRST account. If you have not signed up for one, please do so here.

2. Click the Submit your work here link on the right hand side of this page

3. Read and accept the Student License Agreement

4. Fill out the submission form - all items labelled in red are required fields

5. Read over the submission form to make sure everything is correct

6. Click the Submit button. This will take you to the final publishing page where you can revise your submission if need be.

You're done! Your work will now be reviewed. Keep an eye on your email as you will receive information regarding your publication.


Submissions from 2022


Food and Beverage Bots – An Exploration of the Relationship Between Marketing Automation and Grocery E-Commerce, David Joel

Submissions from 2019


Embracing the views of those who matter the most: an approach towards a more sustainable recreational program for older adults, Apurva Desai


Uncontested: A Case Study Exploring the Effects of Long-Term Incumbency in Sarnia, Ontario, Rebecca Hay


Dementia Education: What are the Needs of Post-Secondary Students in London, Ontario?, Tri Le

Submissions from 2018


The interactions between paramedics and homeless patients and the implications on patient care provided, Alyson Cochrane

Submissions from 2017


Prehospital use of ipratropium bromide paired with salbutamol as treatment for shortness of breath., Lisa Henderson