The Arbutus Review

The Arbutus Review is an annual peer-reviewed compilation of outstanding research papers/articles submitted by undergraduate students from all disciplines at the University of Victoria. It provides a forum for the best researchers to showcase their work to their fellow students, the campus community, high schools, funding agencies and corporations/organizations about the strength of student researchers.

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2015 issue

Work on our 2014 issue is already underway, but we are accepting submissions of articles and applications for peer reviewers for the 2015 issue.  
Posted: 2014-09-03

The 2014 issue

The 2014 issue is under production and should be available online October 1st.  
Posted: 2014-09-02
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Vol 4, No 1 (2013)

Table of Contents


Acknowledgements PDF
Laurie Waye, PhD i-ii

Scholarly Articles

iPads on Practicum: Perspective of a Student-Teacher PDF
Jamie Elbert, Dr. Jillianne Code, Dr. Valerie Irvine 1-18
Mirror, Mirror on the Screen, What Does All this ASCII Mean?: A Pilot Study of Spontaneous Facial Mirroring of Emotions PDF
Brittney O'Neill 19-44
Mediating Access: The Utilization of Status Evaluation Processes in the Work of Bouncing PDF
Sarah McLennan-Dillabough 45-62
A Comparison of Variability in Two Cassin’s Auklet (Ptychoramphus aleuticus) Colonies Using Spline-based Nonparametric Models PDF
Dean Koch 63-85
Haptic Virtual Prototyping of Buttons PDF
Pranav Shrestha 86-96
Packing Heat: Energy Storage Using Phase Change Materials PDF
Pranay Shrestha 97-107
Spiritual Authenticity in a Secular Context: How Modern Postural Yoga is Searching for Legitimacy in All the Wrong Places PDF
Kelly Lindsay 108-127
(Re)Building, (Re)Creating and (Re)Imagining: Postmemory Representations of Family Through the Eyes of Rafael Goldchain and Art Spiegelman PDF
Elise Polkinghorne 128-147


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