Poster and Pecha Kucha Presentations

Location: Great Hall + CE 265 (Credit Union Room) 

Join faculty and students as they share their research during this poster presentation session. 

 “Supporting Transition in a Nursing Curriculum – A Qualitative Study of Nursing Students’ Experience”
Presenter:    Lilla Roy (Nursing) 

History, Characteristics and Treatment Trajectories among Patients Enrolled in an Opioid Treatment Program”
Presenter:    Sarah Ann Balcom (Nursing) 

A Qualitative Study of Student Experiences of Mindfulness and Other Strategies for Coping with Stress and Mental Health” 

Presenters:    Jamie Lynn DaySheryl FogartyBrittany MacKeiganJoseph ChaissonJiale Zhang (Psychology)
Supervisor:  Dr. Heather Schmidt 

DNAzyme: Detection of High Valent Copper using Cyclic Voltammetry”
Presenter:    Doug Richards (Verschuren Centre) 

Characterization of Rheological Properties of Crude Oil in Miscible/Immiscible Solvents
Presenter:    Dr. Adango Miadonye (Chemistry) 

Environmental Psychology: Applications for CBU
Instructor:    Dr. Geoff Carre (Psychology) 

Pecha Kucha presentations 

Wednesday, March 28 |11:30am – 1:00pm | CE 265 (Credit Union Room) 

Students in the Bachelor of Arts and Science in Environment core course ‘Canadian Environmental Perspectives’ have crafted short digital presentations (in the Pecha Kucha style) that highlight social/cultural and environmental issues related to the Canadian North. Drop by to watch these narrated shorts that will introduce you to the North, deepen your understanding of key issues, surprise you with interesting facts and perspectives, and draw you in with their stories. The aim of this project was to allow students free reign on a topic and to challenge them to learn the technical aspects of developing such a presentation. 

Presenters:   ENVS 2101 Explores the North
Instructor:    Dr. Dana Mount