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Poster,Poster exploring how health care professionals can seek a better understanding of the experiences that Indigenous peoples in their local community face when walking in the two worlds.,
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Poster,The purpose of the study is to create a possible support teaching document for the Grade 10 public school students of Punjab which would help them to learn science in the English language which is their second language during their Grade 10 time period.,
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Poster,Poster highlighting research on speaking anxiety for ESL students.,
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Poster,Poster looking at the effects of peer to peer mentorship on second-year nursing students with a specific focus on emotional response, overall well-being, and psychomotor skill confidence and competence.,
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Photos and projects by Phillip Vannini and School of Communication and Culture graduates, Royal Roads University. Photography by Dan Anthon, Royal Roads University.
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Projects and curation by Ann Dale and Jaime Clifton-Ross, Royal Roads University. Photography by Dan Anthon, Royal Roads University.
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Poster,Poster outlining varsity teams at Vancouver Island University.,
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Photos and projects by Phillip Vannini and School of Communication and Culture graduates, Royal Roads University. Photography by Dan Anthon, Royal Roads University.
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Poster,Poster highlighting research investigating if exposure to naphthenic acids (NAs), a significant environmental contaminant found in oil extraction waste water, can affect the egg-to-pupal stage maturation rate of Drosophila melanogaster, and also to determine if exposure to NAs can affect the expression of genes related to development and oxidative stress.,
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Poster,The Stocking Lake area, located south of Ladysmith, B.C., has been previously mapped as middle Devonian Nitinat formation belonging to the Sicker arc volcanics, and hosting an intrusion of Upper-Triassic Mount Hall Gabbro. The evolution of each sample and a comparison to previously published regional data from the Sicker and Karmutsen formations are examined through thin section and major oxide geochemical data in order to answer the following hypotheses: • If the samples originate from the same magma chamber then linear trends are expected to plot on both Harker bivariate and scandium-pyroxene fractionation diagrams and thin section analysis will show similar mineral assemblages between samples, despite the variation in texture. • If sample LS-19-07 is pyroclastic then the thin section will show fragmented crystal assemblages and devitrification of the glassy matrix into radiating crystal lathes. • If the volcanic rocks originated in an island arc setting, they should show a calc-alkaline geochemical signature when plotted on an AFM diagram. If a tholeiitic signature is observed the AFM diagram is inconclusive and a tectonic discrimination must be plotted. • If the existing regional data sets and maps are correct, our major oxide geochemical data will indicate that all samples belong to the Nitinat formation except for sample LS-19-29, which should belong to the Mt Hall Gabbro. We hypothesize that the local Nitinat deposit is not a series of separate flows, as it may appear, but one eruptional event varying in magmatic composition and texture due to crystal-melt segregation and liquid extraction.,
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