Research Month this February will celebrate the achievements and diversity of York University’s research community.
On select Wednesdays throughout the month, Vari Hall Rotunda will play host to displays and demonstrations featuring the University’s faculty and graduate researchers. Drop by to learn what they are up to.
“Research Month provides an opportunity for the York community to share knowledge and ideas as we celebrate excellence in research and scholarship at the University,” said Robert Haché, vice-president research & innovation. “We invite students, staff and faculty to drop by Vari Hall on Wednesdays in February to explore the many research projects and to learn more about the range of research activities at York.”
The Research Month index on York’s Research website contains complete information about the researchers and research centres and institutes participating in the event.
Fine and performing arts research will be featured Wednesday, Feb. 29, from 10am to 12pm. Check back often for more information by clicking here.
Want to participate?
Do you have completed works, prototypes, technology or works in progress that you could demonstrate? Do you have graduate or undergraduate students working with you who could assist and help talk about the work? If you have other ideas, VPRI would love to hear them.
Interested faculty members or research centres should contact Arielle Zomer in the Office of the Vice-President Research & Innovation at ext. 21069 or email@example.com. Note that space is limited and allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.