Busy Week for Thesis Defenses

Author: Kyle

Posted on Aug 20, 2018

Category: Thesis Corner

With the end of the summer term fast approaching, many students are undergoing their oral examinations in hopes of finishing their graduate degree and moving on in their careers or in their academic endeavours.

With so many oral exams being scheduled, we will be posting a list to thesis corner of upcoming defenses taking place at the beginning of each week.

Below are the examinations happening this week around campus.

Miriam Raza, MED

The Educational Choices of Second Generation South Asian Women in Ontario: How and To What Extent Does Parental Pressure Influence Them

10:30am, Marshall D'Avray Hall, Room 235

Monday, August 20

Ethan MacLeod, MScE

Enhanced Methods of Operational Modal Analysis

2:00pm, ADI Studio, Head Hall

Tuesday, August 21

Adin Richard, MScE

Estimating the Critical Height of Unsupported Trenches in Unsaturated Soil

10:00am, ADI Studio, Head Hall

Thursday, August 23

Brittany Rioux, MSESS

The Impact of Acute Resistance Training on Irisin in Younger and Older Adults Living With Overweight or Obesity.

1:00pm, Richard J Currie Center, Room 3-22

Friday, August 24

If you are looking for more information on any of the above oral exams, feel free to contact the graduate secretary in the associated department.