Undergraduate Research Academy:: Lunch & Learn

Introduction

Lunch & learn is an informal opportunity for learning and development. This series provides participants the useful, practical, and timely exposure to a variety of topics related to research. We hope that through this gathering, various researchers (student researcher, guest, and faculty) will be able to cultivate a research community which fosters a vibrant research culture at Trinity Western University. These workshops are open to the public, and everyone is encouraged to bring their lunch and learn about topics relevant to research.

The general format for the session (fall 2020):

To register for the fall semester's Lunch & Learn, visit http://bit.ly/twulunchandlearn or scan this QR code

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For question, please contact: Dr. Herbert H. Tsang or Dr. Karen Y. Lo

Schedule

Fall 2020

Date Topic Speaker / Host Location
Sept 17, 2020 Double Vision: Explorations of Alternative Math from History Dr. Glen Van Brummelen, Professor of Mathematical Sciences, Dean, Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences, TWU via zoom
Sept 24, 2020 Why did the mathematician toss the coin? Dr. Saraí Hernández-Torres, Post-doctoral fellow, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology via zoom
Oct 1, 2020 A Scientist’s Journey from Atheism to Faith Dr. Sy Garte - https://sygarte.com/ via zoom
Oct 8, 2020 Open Access & Predatory Journals Qinqin Zhang, Assistant Librarian: Information Literacy, E-Learning, and E-Resources, TWU via zoom
Oct 15, 2020 The Advantages of Using C. elegans to Explore Nervous System Development and Regeneration Nathaniel Noblett, PhD Candidate (Neuroscience), University of Ottawa via zoom
Oct 22, 2020 What makes a good killer? Phenotypic and genomic variation among predatory bacteria Dr. Laura Williams, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Providence College, Rhode Island, USA via zoom
Oct 29, 2020 Debunking the AI Myth: A Philosophical Inquiry of Human-Technology Relation Felix Lo, PhD Candidate (Communications), Simon Fraser University via zoom
Nov 5, 2020 Media Relations Winnie Lui, Director of Public Relations, TWU via zoom
Nov 12, 2020 Fall reading break
Nov 19, 2020 The effects of Manuka Honey on Staphylococci and their Small Colony Variants Dr. Laura A. Onyango, Assistant Professor of Biology, TWU via zoom
Nov 26, 2020 Adapting an evolutionary model for host-microbe interaction studies Dr. Kat Milligan-Myhre, Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular & Cell Biology, University of Connecticut, USA via zoom

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