Posts Tagged ‘university of victoria’

Macroeconomics guide: Jones’s Trick

February 2, 2011 Leave a comment

Macroeconomics is full of production functions. In Econ 333, Introduction to Economic Growth, finding the growth rates of variables in various production functions is a key learning objective. Check out the Jones’s Trick handout for a straight-forward guide that will teach you how to come up with growth rates for variables in a variety of equations.

This handout is shared with permission of the author, Dr. Kenneth Stewart.


Undergraduate research at the University of Victoria: My perspective

December 6, 2010 Leave a comment

To find out more about undergraduate research scholarships at the University of Victoria, click here.

Video credit: Dr. Elizabeth Grove-White, University of Victoria.

Research at the University of Victoria

November 29, 2010 Leave a comment

Wondering where research happens at UVic? Other than specific faculty research, the map below outlines the key locations of research development. Consider using this map as a reference for starting your undergraduate research.

The Office of Community Based Research is a great place for resource tools, but perhaps the best place to start, and where you’ll spend the most of your time, is UVic’s McPherson Library.

Looking for an undergraduate research scholarship? Check out the Learning and Teaching Centre in the Hickman Building.

Finally, if you’re doing primary research, you may have to apply for approval from the Ethics Board, located in the Administrative Services Building. Happy researching!