Summer Student Research Lecture Series

Please join us for weekly research talks and find out about some of the fascinating work being done by Cape Breton University’s student researchers!

Talks take place every Wednesday at noon in CE-265, Sydney Credit Union Room. Coffee, water, refreshments will be provided.

This week’s talk, Wednesday, June 21st, 2017 at 12:00PM we are pleased to have Matthew Penny, BSc, Honours Biology, speaking on “Using Morphological and Molecular Techniques to Benchmark Shallow Water Marine Hydroids in Time and Space” and Daniel Conrad, BSc, Honours Psychology, speaking on “Perceptions of the Shy Mind: The Relationship among Shyness, Visual Perceptual Biases, and Emotion Identification”; Matthew works under the supervision of Dr. Tim Rawlings and Dr. Bruce Hatcher; Daniel works under the supervision of Dr. Michelle Jetha (PDF)