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9th annual Graduate Student Research Conference
Monday, April 7, 2014
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Plaza Building and Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex
Thanks to all graduate students who participated in the 2014 Mapping the New Knowledges. It was another successful showcase of graduate student research and scholarship. Before long, plans will be in motion for next year — the 10th anniversary of the conference. Check back in Fall term to find out more.
For detailed list of 2014 presentations:
Concurrent Sessions 1, 2 and 3 — CLICK HERE 
Poster Session — CLICK HERE 
3MT® Finals — CLICK HERE 
Winner: Leslie Nash, Applied Health Sciences
“Simplici-Tea: Investigating tea as a dietary strategy for better bone health”
Runner-up: Andra Lenius, Applied Health Sciences
“Fit For Action — Adapted Fitness and Conditioning Programs for Individuals with Disabilities”
Videos of the contest will be posted soon.
Youth University Graduate Student Research Prizes 
Brock’s Youth University sponsors two conference research prizes for oral and poster presentations:
• Promoting Whole Child Education (PSCE) Research Prize
• Promoting Access to Post-Secondary Education (PAPSE) Research Prize
Each award has a value of $200.
Congratulations to winners:
Kate Paterson, Social Justice and Equity Studies
“Anti-Oppressive Children's Literature in the Elementary School Classroom”
Samantha Stromski, Child and Youth Studies
“A Need for Specialized Accommodations and Support for Individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder within the Justice System”