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Research Events

Research Webinar Series

The Research Webinar Series builds the collegial research atmosphere of AU and provides faculty and professional staff with the opportunity to disseminate research and present papers.

Visiting presenters are also encouraged to participate in the webinar series. If you know of any visitors whose work or ideas might be of interest, please contact us well in advance of their visit so that we may attempt to schedule a presentation.

Presentations can be held anytime, from September to May, at various locations, and can be broadcast from anywhere using Adobe Connect. These sessions are recorded for viewing at your convenience.

Upcoming Webinars:

Missed a webinar? Check out these recorded sessions:

Presenter: Dr. Vive Kumar , Faculty of Science & Technology
Learning Analytics: exploring the knowledge boundary
View recorded session

Presenter: Dr. Maiga Chang, Faculty of Science & Technology
Homework Woes? Gaming could be the answer!
View recorded presentation

Presenter: Dr. Scott Ketcheson, NSERC Canada Research Chair in Hydrological Sustainability
Title: The Stony Mountain Headwater Catchment Observatory: Determining the function of headwater catchments and their importance for water availability in the Athabasca River Basin
View recorded presentation

Presenter: Dr. Christine Martineau, Indigenous Recruitment and Retention Specialist, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta
Title: Indigenous Research Methodologies
View recorded presentation


Research Forum 2019

Moving Research Beyond the Norm
April 25th, 2019
Matrix Hotel, Edmonton, AB

Details and Registration


External Funding Agency Webinars


Insight Development Grant

Presentation Slides

New Frontiers in Research Fund - Exploration
Presentation Slides

Research Grant Writing Workshop

The AU Research Centre recently hosted a research grant writing workshop. Thank you to those who attended this informative session.

The workshop slides are posted here to assist those interested in applying to external agencies for research funds.




Updated March 14 2019 by Research

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