Research Week - Research Beyond Boundaries
2nd - 4th April 2019
The Office of Research is pleased to launch UNBC Research Week. A celebration of the increasingly innovative and collaborative research that happens at UNBC and beyond. The week will consist of various events which celebrate and showcase the groundbreaking and interdisciplinary research on and beyond the UNBC campus. The aim is to bring researchers from various disciplines together and create a favorable atmosphere for developing innovative research ideas. Research Week is an amalgamation of the UNBC Graduate Conference, Undergraduate Research Experience (URE) Celebration and Postdoc Day of Research events. Further to support the Interior University Research Coalition (IURC) between UNBC, TRU and UBCO, researchers from TRU and UBCO will be invited to present their research.
The theme of the 2019 Research Week is ‘Research Beyond Boundaries’. The three-day event will allow attendees and participants to experience and showcase research at all levels and in all disciplines from a diverse group of researchers who engage and collaborate from the local to the global scale. Exploring various areas of research through a variety of research approaches, our researchers are reaching beyond boundaries and changing lives.
Let’s celebrate research. Be inspired, form new collaborations and learn what is happening on campus and beyond.
Featured events include;
- Undergraduate Student Presentations – Poster Presentations
- Graduate Student Presentations – Oral and Poster
- Faculty and Postdoc Presentations – Oral and Poster
- Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition
- Public Panel Discussion
Detailed event schedule to be posted soon.
Research Week is open to the entire university community and the general public, no registration is required for attendees. Researchers interested in presenting their work are required to register.
To submit an abstract for a poster or oral presentation, click the link below.
Submission deadline 31st January 2019. Abstracts submitted after the deadline would not be considered.
Please note that oral and poster presentations will be selected with the primary objective of having a diverse group of presenters across all disciplines.
Conference participants are responsible for their own accommodation. However, with sufficient notice, we may be able to assist in making accommodation arrangements and recommendations. Contact Angela Seguin (Angela.Seguin@unbc.ca) for all accommodation inquiries.