Now showing items 1-12 of 12

    • Generation Q 

      Macleod, AJ (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster highlighting details about the Generation Q Conference for service providers working with transgender, two spirit, intersex and non-binary youth which happened on February 4th, 2016 at Vancouver Island University. ...
    • A geochemical study of basalts at Nanoose Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia 

      Cristancho, Andres; Orrick, Toby; Godard, Daniel; Deland, Jean Pierre; Gates, Scott; Nordstrom, Gage (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster highlighting research conducted to determine whether the basalts present at Ainsley Beach, Nanoose are correctly mapped as Karmutsen formation, or if they belong to the Sicker Group.
    • Indigenous place names & language revitalization 

      Gellein, Kirsten; Geddert, John (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster highlighting the connections between Indigenous place names, identity, and language revitalization.
    • Investigating biological barriers of the juvenile California sea cucumber, Parastichopus californicus, to explore the plausibility of benthic sea floor ranching 

      Haddad, Colleen (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster highlighting research to investigate if there is a substrate type that is a biological barrier for juvenile California sea cucumbers that could naturally restrict their movement in a sea ranching environment.
    • Leaders learning together 

      McIntyre, Jessica (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster highlighting a project which involved an inclusive art event for children called Common Threads and a follow up focus group with event leaders.
    • Mossterious 

      Willison, Brianna; Knudsen, Ryan; Giroux, Vic (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      A poster created to help others understand how ecologically beneficial moss is to the natural environment, featuring the mosses found on the Vancouver Island University campus.
    • The potential effects of climate change on the habitat range of the Vancouver Island marmot (2016) 

      Thelin, Larissa (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster presentation of a research project which calculated and mapped the Vancouver Island marmot’s current potential habitat range as well as the projected potential habitat range.
    • Protesting the right to protest: Fighting Bill C-51 

      Chumsa-Jones, James (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster giving information about Bill C-51 and an account of the creator's participation in two rallies (one in Nanaimo on March 14, 2015 and one in Victoria on March 12, 2016) which protested the bill.
    • Remote predictive mapping of surficial materials, Kathawachaga Lake (076L), western Nunavut, Canada 

      Smith, Trevor B. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster highlighting a study to generate a remotely predicted surficial geology map of the Kathawachaga Lake region (NTS 076L), and to explore new methodologies of remote predictive mapping.
    • Stumped! The life cycle of a nursery log 

      Strom, Maegan; Watt, Jeff; Ferguson, Jordan; Horman, Zach; Soucy, Mathieu (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster to raise awareness about the importance and life diversity of 'nursery logs' on the campus of Vancouver Island University.
    • VIU Study Abroad participants 

      Brown, Rebecca (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster giving details about the Study Abroad program at Vancouver Island University.
    • Winter warmth 

      MacKinnon, Tanner; Merino, Hugo; Whitelaw, Mikaela (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/30/2016)
      Poster highlighting interdisciplinary applied community research about homelessness and shelters in Nanaimo.