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Research Week 2022

Research Week Event Archive


1)  Alternative forms of knowledge mobilization
Date & Time: Mon, Nov 22, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Location: FC 3019
To attend online, email Lucas Knill for details: lknill@grenfell.mun.ca
Details: Join us for a discussion about alternative forms of knowledge mobilization for your research. This is a great opportunity to learn about different methods for communicating your research such as podcasts and blogging. Our panel will get into an in-depth discussion of methods they have used to communicate their research, with time for some question and answer.

2) Reconciliation and Relationships in Research 
Date and Time: Monday, Nov. 22, 130-330 p.m.
Location: WebEx
Details: To request log-in instructions for this virtual session, please email Indigenousresearch@mun.ca.

3)  GGSS Zine making Workshop
Date & Time: Wed, Nov 24 from 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Location:  Upper Airport Lounge (Upper AS atrium)
Details: Join the Grenfell Graduate Student Society to create an alternative format of presenting your research. The method of zine making combines various images, texts and messages to portray your research. Think collage! Bring along a large font synopsis printout of your research that you can use to cut and paste different ideas, and we'll provide the rest of the materials. This will be a fun workshop, so don't miss it.

4)  Graduate Supervisor Coffee Social
Date & Time: Wed, Nov 24 from 3:30- 4:30 p.m.
Location: Forest Centre main floor atrium
Details: Join the Office of Research and Graduate Studies for the opportunity to meet our team and connect with other graduate supervisors. This will be an informal get together where you can offer suggestions or ideas on the type of support that we can provide for graduate supervisors as well as chat with your colleagues.

5)  3-MInute Thesis- Grenfell Competition
Date & Time: Thurs, Nov 25, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Location: FC 3019
To attend online, email Lucas Knill for details: lknill@grenfell.mun.ca
Details:Join Grenfell graduate students as they present their research in a brief 3-minute presentation. The format will follow the same style as other 3-minute thesis competitions around the world(https://www.mun.ca/sgs/3MT/). This is an opportunity for graduate students to present their research to an audience and panel of judges before they present at the Memorial University Wide 3-Minute Thesis competition.

6)  ARC-NL Research Talk

Date & Time: Thurs, Nov 25, 2:30 p.m.
Location: AS325 and Webex contact arcnl@grenfell.mun.ca  for details

Details: The Aging Research Centre- Newfoundland and Labrador (ARC-NL) invites you to its Research Talk being held as part of Research Week 2021. The research Talk will feature presentations on research that is relevant to aging in Newfoundland and Labrador. Those Include:

  • Younger Adults' Attitudes toward Older Adults: Does coming from a rural community matter?
    Presented by Dr. Les Cake, Professor Emeritus

  • Memory Deficits for Health Information Provided Through a Telehealth Video Conferencing System Presented by Dr. Benjamin Zendel, Canada Research Chair for Aging and Auditory Neuroscience
    Chair of Research with ARC-NL
    Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University

The Research Talk will be held via Webex and those who wish to attend can email arcnl@grenfell.mun.ca to receive log in details. There is limited capacity for in-person attendance at AS325, Grenfell Campus and you are advised to book by contacting arcnl@grenfell.mun.ca.

7)  Launch of the 2020 Research Report: Powered by Grenfell
Location: Arts and Science "Lower Airport Lounge" (AS extension)
Date & Time: Fri, Nov 26, 11:00
Details: Join the Office of Research and Graduate Studies for the official launch of Powered by Grenfell, the 2020 Research Report. Refreshments to be provided! To attend online, email pgill@grenfell.mun.ca for details.


Nov. 23-27 - Poster presentations and technical theatre design - check out the work of our graduate and undergraduate students

Nov. 24 - Open House - 2 p.m. - Aging Research Centre-Newfoundland and Labrador (ARC-NL) - ARC-NL is hosting a virtual open house/update/announcement of recipients of its 2020 fellowships and research grants. This event is a cross-campus initiative between Grenfell Campus and the St. John's Campus. To join us, watch Facebook Live @grenfellcampus!

Nov. 25 - Campus and Community - 2 p.m. - Join Grenfell Campus and the Association of New Canadians for a moderated panel discussion about the contributions of of our international students on the west coast of the island. Log in details to be posted here in near future.

Nov. 25 - Research Gong Show - 4:30-5:30 p.m. - Join Grenfell Campus researchers for some enlightening fun! Researchers will present their research in just five minutes or they’ll be “gonged!” All are welcome! To find out who'll get "the gong", tune in via Webex. Login details are available here. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE A "CONTESTANT" EMAIL DANIEL NADOLNY 

Nov. 26 - It's FLIRT (Friday Light Informal Research Talks) on Thursday! 1-2 p.m. - Join Grenfell Campus's Dr. Mery Perez as she talks about how to best to conduct engaged research when connecting with our surrounding communities and organizations as collaborators or partners. Login detail are available here or tune in via Facebook Live @grenfellcampus.

Nov. 26 - Indigenous Studies in Collaboration:  Relationship building for collaborative research & engagement - 2:30 p.m. 
This session will feature panelists from the Grenfell Campus Indigenous Resource Centre and Grenfell Campus's Offices of Research and Engagement to discuss previous, ongoing, and future opportunities for collaboration between Mi'kmaw communities in Western Newfoundland and Grenfell Campus. This session will be open to all faculty, staff, and students at Grenfell Campus as well as interested community members representing various communities and Indigenous organizations in the region. Join via Zoom. 

Nov. 27 - Release of the 2019 Grenfell Research Report - 11 a.m. -  Join the folks at Grenfell's Office of Research and Graduate Studies as they release "Powered by Grenfell 2019-20." The event will include conversations with featured researchers and graduate students! You can watch via Facebook Live @grenfellcampus! 

Nov. 27 - Grenfell Campus 3MT competition - 12:15-1:30 p.m. - Join Grenfell Campus as it hosts its Three Minute Thesis (3MT®). The winner will go on to compete in the Memorial competition the following week. To watch the competition, join us on Webex. Login details are available here.

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