You are invited to attend the launch of Research Month 2019 on Friday, March 1 in CS 101 from 11:30am until 1pm. This event will include opening remarks by Dr. Richard MacKinnon (Vice-President, Academic) and Dr. Tanya Brann-Barrett (Associate Vice-President, Academic & Research) as well as a series of short research talks by CBU researchers. All are welcome to attend!
Lunch will be provided.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Research Talks include:
Dr. Lachlan MacKinnon (Assistant Professor in the Department of Humanities in the School of Arts and Social Sciences);
Prof. Mary Beth Doucette (Purdy Crawford Chair / Assistant Professor, Aboriginal Business Studies in the Shannon School of Business);
Helena Steeves (Master’s of Applied Science in Biological Engineering at Dalhousie University in collaboration with the Verschuren Centre);
Dr. Geoffrey Lee-Dadswell (Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics,Physics & Geology in the School of Science & Technology);
Dr. Sandra Jack-Malik (Assistant Professor, Education, School of Professional Studies)
Cape Breton University’s Research Month (March 2019) is a forum for researchers to share their work and to participate in research training workshops and discussions. This year we have over 25 events including individual presentations, roundtable discussions, panel sessions and poster presentations. Stay turned for our full program and line up.