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  • 2019-01-01

    Harding-Kuriger, Jodi

    These snowshoes were made by my Dad and Grandpa Fern. First steps: build a snowshoe form, steam lengths of straight pliable wood, bend it over the form to shape the shoes, rivet ends together, remove shoes from the form and allow to dry. Second steps: cut moose rawhide strips, once frame has...

  • 2019-01-01

    Climenhaga, Lily

    “Re-Packing my Library” depicts the collection process that goes into writing a dissertation. It shows a collection of books, papers, pamphlets, programs, and notes amassed over three years of research packed (once again) hastily into my father’s old bag the night before yet another departure....

  • 2019-01-01

    Neri, Deanna Joyce

    After a long day of drifting at sea, fishers go home with either a boatload of fish or nothing at all. Sunset marks the end of a day’s work of a fisher who sails on a daily basis to make ends meet. This photo was taken during my ethnographic fieldwork in Davao Oriental, Philippines. Fishing as a...

  • 2019-01-01

    Tine, Janine

    “Parenting Interculturally” portrays my early childhood education research regarding bicultural children. My study explores parental perceptions of childhood and childrearing held by intercultural couples who are parents, one partner who is Canadian-born and raised, and the other who is...

  • 2019-01-01

    Thiessen, Alyxandra

    Silicon nanoparticles can be used in lithium-ion batteries, LEDs, and medical imaging. When these materials are smaller than 5 nm, they glow red under UV light. The color the particles emit can be changed by changing their size or what is on their surface. I am working to understand how the...

  • 2019-01-01

    Malkan, Raheel

    How does one re-create a legible narrative derived out of the complexities of data? How can visual communication design aid the process of turning information into knowledge? Visual data almost always is complex and extensive but its comprehension should be relatively straight-forward....

  • 2019-01-01

    Patterson, Thea

    My research in looks at the potentials of the body in dance and somatic practices as a site for embodied theory. It touches on the nexus of several centres of thought, including embodiment, representation, being and knowing. The research is slippery in its concepts and thus slippery in the...

  • 2019-01-01

    Won, Savanna

    This image represents a blend of food and the often unseen scientific processes that go into food production. The semi-translucent photos depict laboratory materials that are commonly used in my research, including bacteria cultures growing on agar plates and micropipettes. They are overlaid over...

  • 2019-01-01

    Marriott, Brian

    Much of science is hidden. Either conducted behind closed doors, or obfuscated by papers unreadable to even members of the same discipline, stories of science are seldom heard. The left portion of the image represents this – an image of a fixed mouse brain, which had been injected with 2 viruses...

  • 2019-01-01

    Luo, Lixin

    A mathematics curriculum often seems be designed or delivered as linear: a sequence of predetermined, sometimes unrelated, topics with little chances for learners to revisit them from different perspectives. This suggests learning as accumulation with predictable outcomes. However, learning,...

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