Monday, March 12, 2012

Get smarter at Douglas College's Student Research Day March 26

Ever wonder what your fellow students are thinking?

Next week you’ll have a unique chance to get into their heads at the Fourth Annual Student Research Day, an opportunity for students to share their research activities with their College peers and members of the community.

Student Research Day take place Monday, March 26, 10am-2pm at the New Westminster Campus (concourse).

Research presented this year will examine issues such as:

  • The effects of  youth physical activity on adulthood socioeconomic status
  • Toxic additives in personal care and food products
  • The effects of hydraulic fracturing
  • The problem of e-waste
  • The effects of large-scale meat production
  • What motivates teens and young adults to get plastic surgery
  • The effectiveness of abstinence-till-marriage sex ed programs

And many, many more!

To learn more about Student Research Day, visit the web page.