Expand your mind with faculty microlectures

Expand your academic palate and sample new subject areas with an interdisciplinary afternoon showcasing faculty research at UFV. Faculty presenters each take the stage for a maximum of two minutes and speak about the exciting findings and implications of their research. Feed your academic appetite and learn about over a dozen new topics in under an hour at UFV’s Faculty Microlectures event.

Come to the Spirit Bear Cafe in Building A to hear the lectures. Tues, April 2, 11:30 am-12:30 pm.

This year’s topics and presenters:

  • David Dobson, Business, An Exploratory Study on the Use of Message Frames in Mortgage Advertisements
  • Golfam Ghafourifar, Chemistry, Upgrade your Maps! Peptide Mapping Using IMERS
  • Marcella LaFever, Communications, Thuiwai-Smith’s 25 Indigenous Projects as Analysis Framework
  • Robert Harding, Social Work and Human Services, Framing Emancipation in Indigenous Newspapers
  • Cindy Jardine, Health Sciences, Forum Theatre in Indigenous Communities
  • Irwin Cohen, Criminology and Criminal Justice, A Look at Real-Time Intelligence Centre of British Columbia
  • Elizabeth Cooper, Health Sciences, Learning from Live Givers
  • Ken Blawatt, Business, Replacing Microeconomics with Macroeconomics
  • Sharon Gillies, Biology, Plantzilla: Attack of Knotweed
  • Jon Thomas, Business, Raising Financing Through Strategic Timing
  • Fiona MacDonald, Political Science, Patient Insights on Medical Apologies
  • Nicola Mooney, Social, Cultural, and Media Studies; Interrogating the Place of “Place” in Migration Discourse
  • Adrienne Chan, Social Work and Human Services; Land-Based Resiliency and Indigenous Youth


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