UFV’s student research day was held on March 29 where students from all the departments presented their research projects as posters and microlectures. Matthew Stoutjesdyk and
presented a poster Low-tech, High Performance: Moving Families Forward One Microgarden at a Time that summarized the work of the project in the slums of Chandigarh undertaken by Satwinder Bains of the CICS and Garry Fehr of Geography. This poster won the first place among all of the posters submitted from students in the College of Arts. This award is the College of Arts Dean’s Award.
CICS student researchers Ms.Saman Brar and Ms. Alvina Kumar also presented a micro lecture highlighting their research work on the 100 year Indo-Canadian History Research project and The Fiji Project: Questions of home, belonging and return respectively.