Research Week 2017 - Spotlight on Research

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The Office of Research and Innovation Services (ORIS) would like to invite all to celebrate research and creative activities from March 13-18, 2017.  Research Week 2017 will highlight contributions from undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows as well as faculty and external partners.

The agenda of events can be found here.  We hope to see you at all of the Research Week 2017 events.

March 13 - Community University Research Exchange (CURE) 2017

Please join us to celebrate those research and creative activities that have involved external partners and community organizations.  We invite faculty members and their trainees to share their experiences in these types of research and creative partnerships.

Click here to RSVP. For more information, visit the CURE webpage.


March 14 - Undergraduate Research Showcase

Undergraduate students are asked to share their experiences with research in our first Undergraduate Research Showcase.  Call for Posters deadline is March 1, 2017.  For more information, visit the Notice Board or contact


March 14 - Cheryl Bartlett

"Sometimes its like a heavy sledge" ... Science, Two-Eyed Seeing, Co-learning, and Cultural Humility.

12:00pm to 1:40pm
Venue: AH100 (Andy's Place)


March 15 - A Slow Start, Some Bright Lights, A New Day - How a small liberal arts university became a research leader.

Drs. Reginald Bibby and Bryan Kolb  will share stories and research achievements and how those achievements have impacted the research landscape over the past 50 years.

Location - Galt Museum and Archives
Time - 7:00-9:00pm

Cash bar and light refreshments to be served.

No RSVP required.  For more information, contact


March 16 - Research Data Management

The UofL Library is proud to host a panel presentation led by James Doiron, Research Data Management Coordinator at U of A Libraries.  It will also feature UofL faculty members.

Interdisciplinary Panel Discussion on Research Data Management
Room L950 (Downstairs in Library)

From the Bird's Eye to the Bushes: Navigating Research Data Management in Canada
3:00 p.m.
Library, Level 10 (alcove behind the reference desk)
Refreshments will be provided.


March 17 - Industry and Enabler Panel

The panel will discuss the best non-traditional funding routes for the successful translation of academic research to the market-place.  The panel session will be open to Faculty, staff, students, industry and other community organisations. For more information, contact Greg Vilk or visit the Notice Board


March 17 - Three Minute Thesis

Students are invited to register for the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.  For more information, visit the 3MT webpage.


March 18 - Meeting of the Minds

The Meeting of the Minds Conference is an inter-disciplinary graduate research conference organized by the Graduate Students' Association of the University of Lethbridge. Held annually, this conference brings researchers from multiple disciplines together in one space, to explore inter-disciplinary opportunities, present their work, and network with other researchers.

For more information, visit the conference webpage.


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