Time: All Day
Take the 2-minute challenge
Be a part of the continued success of the UFV MicroLecture series
Showcase your research on Tuesday, Feb 21. You are invited to provide “snapshots” highlighting the range and depth of your faculty research and the interdisciplinary nature of your work.
Take the stage for a maximum of two minutes to share exciting findings and implications of your current or completed research projects. More than a dozen topics will be presented in less than one hour. Over twenty faculty participated last year with topics ranging from “Why and How the Police Crash Cars” to “Canada’s First Elected Senate”.
If you would like to be a speaker, contact the Research Advisory Council (RAC) representative from your department or contact Kelly Tracey at email@example.com or 604-504-7441 x 4819.
You can review Faculty Micro Lecture guidelines at ufv.ca/research/events/faculty-microlecture/. Please provide your name, department, and the title of your presentation as well as a Faculty MicroLecture Application Form and Photo Release.
Apply today! Registration ends February 14.
Celebrate your published works
Following the Microlectures event, the Research, Engagement, and Graduate Studies office is hosting a reception in A225 to showcase faculty accomplishments in publication. If you would like to present your published works, please email the following before February 14 to Deborah.firstname.lastname@example.org:
- A copy of your published piece for display at the event (peer-reviewed journal article, authored or co-authored book or book chapter, edited or co-edited book, video, etc.). New submissions from 2015-2017 will be accepted. For online articles, please print a hard copy for display. Submissions will be returned after the event. Please include all the information needed for a citation in a bibliography (author(s), title, journal title, publisher, city, volume, date, URL, etc.)
- A PowerPoint slide that captures something about your publication. Include your name, department, your photo, and title of the publication. Include an image related to your publication (e.g., book cover, photo of you on location, etc.). These can be similar to the ones faculty did for the 2015 publication event (see ufv.ca/research/events/publication-celebration). The purpose of the slide is to generate discussions and connections. Be creative! There is a prize draw for participants and the slides will be posted on the web.
Events take place on Tues, Feb 21 at the UFV Abbotsford campus
Faculty Microlectures: 11:30 am–12:30 pm, Bldg A, Roadrunner Café
Publication Celebration: 12:30 pm, Bldg A, Room A225
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Submission deadline: Faculty MicroLectures and Publication CelebrationDate(s): Tuesday, February 14
Time: All Day