Small Particles, Big Impact: Setting the Course of Physics Research

In this INSIGHT-BLOG podcast we hear from Dr. Svetlana Barkanova, a professor of Physics at Grenfell, about research happening on campus, new opportunities for students to study physics, and her role in helping to plan the future of physics research.

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INSIGHT-BLOG Sound Bite: Tuesday Afternoon Student Research Presentations

In this INSIGHT-BLOG Sound Bite we interview three students, Nick O’Niell, Shihao Wu, and Brittany Pittman, who presented on their research at a recent series of student research presentations at Grenfell Campus.

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Loudun: Measuring Religious Accommodation in a Time of War

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The Catholic parish church of St. Pierre du Marché; Photo by Edwin Bezzina

Dr. Edwin Bezzina of Grenfell’s program unit of Historical Studies is exploring Protestant-Catholic relations in sixteenth and  seventeenth-century France as part of a book project this summer. Specifically, Dr. Bezzina is examining the community of Loudun from 1560 to 1640 during and after a time of religious conflict known as the French Wars of Religion.

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The Research Behind the Practice: Two Nursing Students Offer Their Perspectives

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The Western Regional School of Nursing (WRSON) offers students a vital chance to practice and refine their skills. Gabrielle Deveau and Shelby Thomas, two nursing students, explain that WRSON is also a place where students and instructors conduct research. This ranges from research for class papers, to research aimed at understanding practical clinical settings.

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