Research On Tap : Winds of Change Faculty of Graduate Studies Graduate Students’ Association Office of Research Services

Event Date: March 26, 2014


Research On Tap (ROT):  Supporting the Flow of Ideas into Action!

Tell your story! Perform your story!

Every month, graduate students will have an opportunity to speak to the passion, challenges or  quirky anecdotes & lessons behind their research journey.

Would you like to present/perform at March’s event?

The theme for March is 'The Winds of Change’.  We invite faculty, staff and graduate students, duets, solo pieces, or combos 'on the fly' .  Craft your performance or non-performance in the 2,3 or 5 minute format, and step up!

It’s a bit of a poetry slam gone wild or tame?! You decide — sing it, dance it, or mime it….

You can visually depict, collage it, or frame it in comedic anectodes — you choose the form of expression!

Wednesday, March 26th (4:30 to 6:00)

Would you like to perform?  please  register here >>

Would you like to attend the event, please register at the bottom of the page

(space is limited).


ABOUT Research on Tap:

Coordinated by the Faculty of Graduate Studies & the Graduate Students' Association, this series of events entitled ‘Research on Tap’ is a banner program aimed to draw BOTH graduate students and faculty out from their field work, labs and studies, and come together in an informal and creative space. Held on the last Wednesday of the month, each evening will entail opportunities for graduate students to speak to the passions and inspiration behind their research.

Aims of Research on Tap:

  • Cultivate a culture of play, creativity and innovation across disciplines within Brock’s research community (graduate students, faculty and the broader research community at Brock)
  • Gain and rehearse presentational skills, particularly those storyteller skills; speaking to the inspiration, passion and implications of their research projects.
  • Extend the conversation of meaningful and relevant research that serves social, cultural, environmental and economic well-being within the Niagara community,

A few links on the storyteller’s craft, are provided below:

The Importance of Storytelling in speeches and quotes about stories 





Co-hosted by:  The Graduate Students' Association + The Faculty of Graduate Studies

Presented by:  the Academic + Professional Development Partnership


We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.