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