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Here’s the fourth photo of our #whereinthewest CONTEST. Rules below! Basically, tell us where our recruiter Jordan is in this photo (city/town) and each correct answer gets an entry into the contest and a chance to win! Prize details below: *************** CONTEST – 3 GREAT PRIZES! Where in the west are our recruiters? Our hard-working recruitment team is traveling around western Canada spreading the word about VIU! In the next few weeks, they’ll be posting some photos from their adventures on the road. If you can identify where they are (after today), you’ll be entered to win one of three great prizes! We are giving away a pair of Beats headphones, a Monster Digital action camera set and a JBL Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker! To enter, all you need to do is follow @viuniversity on Instagram, leave a comment on one of our #WhereInTheWest photos identifying where the photo was taken (Kelowna, Victoria etc) and you’ll get one entry into the draw. You get one entry for each photo you comment on with the correct location. The first person to correctly identify the location on each photo gets 2 entries into the contest for that photo. At the end of the contest, we’ll add up all the correct answers from the comments section and randomly draw three winners. One entry per person per photo. Two entries for the first correct answer on each photo. No maximum number of entries. This contest is open to anyone following VIU’s Instagram page. Rules: Follow @viuniversity on Instagram. Leave a comment on our #WhereInTheWest photos correctly identifying where we are! Each correct answer gets you an entry into the contest! One entry per person per photo. The first correct answer on every photo gets two entries into the contest! We’ll randomly draw three winners in December. #whereinthewest #ilearnhere

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For many scientists, getting to do research as often and as early as possible can really jumpstart a career. For Lukas Lindquist, a dual major in geology and environment and natural resources, that opportunity came during his undergraduate experience at UW thanks to the Wyoming Research Scholars Program (WRSP). . With his WRSP project, he worked to document the climate change impacts on groundwater recharge in big sagebrush ecosystems across the state of Wyoming. His research utilized a combination of detailed field sampling and soil water simulation modeling to understand changes in groundwater recharge. The work has implications for big sagebrush plant communities and water management in the state of Wyoming. . “I was exposed to expensive and technical equipment. There’s no way I would have had such access to it without this program. It’s incredible how many doors it opens,” Lukas says. . To hear more about Lukas’ story, read the latest issue of UWyo Magazine online by clicking the link in our bio. #uwyo #research #undergraduate #wyoming

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via University of Pretoria

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