Panel members Erin Prosser-Loose, research equity and diversity specialist, Shanthi Johnson, dean of the University of Alberta's School of Public Health, and Deborah Saucier, incoming President and Vice-Chancellor of Vancouver Island University.
May 24: Approaches for the inclusion of underrepresented persons in research
The Faculty of Health and Social Development is hosting a panel presentation next Friday that looks at increasing diversity in science and advancing unrepresented persons in academic research.
The panel will feature guest speakers Dr. Deborah Saucier, Dr. Erin Prosser-Loose and Dr. Shanthi Johnson.
June 25 or 26: Development Feasibility and Pro Forma Analysis workshops
TWO ONE-DAY SESSIONS BEING OFFERED BY BARBER SCHOOL
These one-day workshops are ideal for faculty and staff with an interest in planning and development, and provides an understanding of key concepts, calculations and evaluation tools necessary to construct a pro-forma model.
Researchers team up to protect BC's forested watersheds
Interior university coalition funds disaster prevention research initiatives
A new initiative from the Interior University Research Coalition—the Disaster Prevention, Response, Recovery and Resilience fund—is helping researchers explore the impacts of forest disturbances in BC from the past few years.
The Okanagan Valley has seen a number of groups, including casino workers, walk off the job in protest of wages and working conditions.
Barber School event explores labour challenges in Okanagan
Labour resurgence and injustices at work topics of discussion
The Okanagan Valley has seen its fair share of labour disputes over the past few years. A number of groups, including casino workers and bus drivers have walked off the job in protest of wages and working conditions.