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Community University Research Exchange (CURE)
CURE is an initiative with that aims to connect researchers at the University of Lethbridge with community members interested in research endeavours. CURE helps ensure that the world-class research that is conducted at the University of Lethbridge has an opportunity to be utilized by community organizations, government bodies, non-governmental organizations, industry and the general public. The University of Lethbridge is committed to using new knowledge and discoveries to improve the life of Canadians and advance our scientific footprint.
On March 20, 2015, the University of Lethbridge will host the third annual CURE event. Faculty members and students are encouraged to attend to describe projects involving external partners and to learn about others who involve the external community in their research. Community members interested in participating as partners in research or learning about what types of research are ongoing at the university are encouraged to attend. We hope to connect University researchers with community partners as a result of this initiative.
CURE 2015 - Registration deadline is Tuesday, March 17, 2015.
The ORIS is now accepting registrations for CURE 2015, which sill be held on March 20, 2015. This UofL event is free to all attendees. Please click here to register. You will be required to creat an account and after clicking checkout, you can enter your personal information. This event is free to all attendees.
We invite any and all community members or agencies to submit registrations to attend this event. Free parking is also provided. Directions and maps to be posted here March 18, 2015.
Updated Agenda for March 20, 2015
10:30 Registration (Markin Hall Atrium)
11:15 Opening Remarks (Andys Place, AH100)
11:30-12:30 Free Lunch and Keynote Speaker Shannon Flint (Assistant Deputy Minister)
12:45-3:00 Speed talks (Markin Hall, M1040)
Alberta Gambling Research Institute (AGRI) - Dr. Seamus O'Shea
UofL AGRI funded researchers - Drs. Darren Christensen; David Euston; and Bonnie Lee
Alberta Centre for Child, Community & Family Research (ACCFCR) - Courtney Lundy
UofL ACCFCR funded researchers - Drs. Judith Kulig & Jennifer Copeland
Third topic TBC
3:00-5:00 Poster session and Reception (Markin Hall Atrium)
Poster topics include: Bhutanese refugee integration; men's depression; clinical reasoning; gene expression; digital humanities; snails; small city transit; active parks; Parkinson's disease; childcare; sepsis; anti-cancer drugs; leadership competencies; and chickadees.
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