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Douglas College Research Day is a great opportunity for students to showcase their hard work and discoveries from an individual or group research project. Students set up an interactive booth with their research displayed on a poster board. The experience also gives students the opportunity to hone their presentation and public speaking skills. Presentations were rated on: Presentation Skill, Format and Layout, and Topic Mastery.
This Years winners are:
Indigenous Perspectives of Leisure and Recreation - Lauren Ray
Women in Song: the holistic impact of women's choirs - Julie Edmundson
Mary Whiton Calkins: Her Historic Contributions to Psychology -Serena Bornholdt
Exploring Physical Environments in Dementia Care - Fiona Lastoria
Impact of Social Systems on the Lived Experience of People with Mental Illness -Dannis Chan
Leg Position Effecting Force Production in Bench Press - Brodie Jackson, Brendan Carrigan, Julia Hodanic
Congratulations to all the participants and all your hard work!