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Talk about your research on the radio

September 26, 2013
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There’s a lot of fascinating research going on at SFU and a lot of great student researchers trying to improve our understanding of the world.

SFU's radio station, CJSF 90.1 FM Radio, is planning a new weekly radio program highlighting graduate student research at SFU.

Each week, they’ll talk to two SFU grad students about what they’re researching, how and why they do it, and what significance it could have for others. The program is aimed at a non-expert audience, and will cover a wide range of topics from many disciplines and departments.

  • Who we are looking for:  If you have largely completed research and are ready to talk about your findings, we want you to be a guest on this show.
  • Who we are: CJSF Radio is SFU’s community radio broadcaster. We can be heard throughout Greater Vancouver at 90.1 on the FM dial, as well as streaming and podcasting online at www.cjsf.ca, on Telus HD Channel 7014 and via our Android app and iPhone app (coming soon). 
  • What you'll get: Besides your five minutes of fame, CJSF will also give you a digital copy of your interview, suitable for embedding on your own website as a way of showing your skills.

For your chance to shine on this show, contact:
Magnus Thyvold
General Manager, CJSF Radio
TC-216, Burnaby Campus
cjsfmgr@sfu.ca 
778-782-3727 voicemail x 3

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