UFV students will be showcasing their intellectual talents once again at the UFV Student Research Day on Wed, March 20.
You can drop by the Roadrunner lounge in Building A on the Abbotsford campus at 11:30 am to hear a from a smorgasbord of 11 student speakers in a micro-lecture format. Each will have five minutes to summarize and explain their research process and results. Then from 2 pm to 3:30 pm, 28 student researchers will have posters outlining their research on display in Room B121 on the Abbotsford campus. Both events are free and open to the public.
Student micro-lecture speakers:
– Kelly Hodgins, Geography: The effect of the seasonal agriculture workers program on Chilliwack agriculture
– Priscilla Barr, Biograpy: Surveys of juvenile hatchery and wild coho salmon
– Mike Rastad, Psychology: The Impact of carbohydrate mouth-rinse sensing on perceptual-motor choice reaction time task in fasted/unfasted subjects
– Ali Siemens, Media and Communication Studies: Google search: everything about you. Issues in privacy and social media
– Robyn Matthews, Psychology: Reducing bias on the implicit associations task
– Lais Maia, Biology: Foraging behaviour in groups of birds
– Paul Stephany, Geography: Representing Indigenous narrative: mapping Blackfoot oral history using GIS
– Nikki Dionne, Criminology: Programming for children with incarcerated parents
– Sol Sun, Psychology: Criterion shifting in recognition memory
– Jason Ho, Physics: The quantum field theory of charmonium hybrids
– Scott Bishop, Kinesiology: Using heart-rate variability to index recovery from concussion.