Each year, the UFV Research Office invites 20 or more faculty researchers to be a part of the continued success of the University’s Micro-Lecture Series. The goal is to provide “snapshots” of the range and depth of our faculty research, as well as highlight the interdisciplinary nature of our work. This engaging, fast-paced event also helps to interest students in research and expose faculty to research other than their own.
Researchers take the spotlight one after the other, in rapid succession, for a maximum of two minutes each to speak about the exciting findings and implications of their research.
Here, Dr. Stan Manu presents, “How translanguaging facilitates “thickening” of mathematical understanding.”
Watch out for future presentations each week.
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