VIU Scholarship, Research, and Creative Activity

Scholarship, Research & Creative Activity

Join this celebration and showcase of scholarship, research, and creative activity at VIU. This half-day event will begin with a plenary panel with Dr. Aggie Weighill, Dr. Timothy Green, Dr. Erik Krogh, and Dr. Sylvie Lafreniere and will be moderated by Dr. Nicole Vaugeois.

This is a free event so please register at 2024 SRCA Symposium, so we know you're coming!

PROGRAM OF EVENT (coming soon!)


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VIU Anthropology graduate Samantha Good unearthed skull at the Drimolen Palaeocave System in 2018. Good is graduating from Vancouver Island University (VIU) with an accomplishment few anthropologists achieve in their lifetime – unearthing a two-million-year-old skull belonging to an early human ancestor.
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Since the 1970s, Vancouver Island’s glacier count has reduced from 170 to five. Dr. Bill Floyd, Research Hydrologist and Adjunct Professor of Geography at VIU worries about what gets lost as the snow melts, a concern he quantifies as data.