On Tuesday, Feb. 20, the VIU Lunch and Learn series topic is Research on the Video Game Industry in B.C. and the Role of Public Policy in Developing the Sector, presented by Dr. Mark Williams, a VIU political studies professor. STOCK PHOTO

VIU talks about B.C.’s video game sector at lunchtime series

Lunch and Learn sessions run on Tuesdays at VIU’s Nanaimo campu

Vancouver Island University’s Bring Your Lunch and Learn series delves into diverse research topics this semester, including B.C.’s video game industry.

Lunch and Learn sessions run on Tuesdays at VIU’s Nanaimo campus from noon to 1 p.m. in Building 305, Room 440. The sessions are open to the public and people are invited to bring their lunch, listen to the presentation and then participate in a 30-minute discussion.

“VIU is here to serve the community and is a great resource for learning opportunities,” said Tanis Dagert, community liaison with the scholarship, research and creative activity office, in a press release. “You never know what you can learn.”

She said the lunch and learn series provides opportunities to learn, share and discuss insights and ideas.

On Tuesday, Feb. 20, the topic is Research on the Video Game Industry in B.C. and the Role of Public Policy in Developing the Sector, presented by Dr. Mark Williams, a VIU political studies professor.

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