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Class of 2024 honoured at Last Lecture
The tenth annual Last Lecture, recognizing graduating students for their contributions to the Mount Allison and Tantramar communities, was held on March 26.
Life on deck
Abbey Stroud (‘23) worked as a deckhand on the Bluenose II last summer
Elevating East Coast voices
Whitney Moran (’08) helps bring Atlantic Canadian literature to life
Mount Allison University welcomes two new Canada Research Chairs (CRC)
Sociology professor Dr. Claudine Bonner and Music professor Dr. Linda Pearse newest CRC appointments at Mount Allison
Biology and sociology student Chloe Jackson documents wild bee diversity in Sackville
Project funded by the NBIF and Mount Allison’s Independent Student Research Grant program
Honours sociology student Quinn Waylaing explores ethnographic approach to learning
Undergraduate research project funded by SSHRC award for Black scholars  
Mount Allison students partner with Cumberland Restorative Justice Society
CEWIL grant offers sociology students the chance to apply knowledge to real-world professional setting
Two Mount Allison professors named 3M National Teaching Fellows
Prestigious national award recognizes educational leadership, pedagogy, and innovation
A holistic approach to learning and wellness
Mount Allison interdisciplinary health studies program welcomes first students
Environmental justice and urban planning 
Mount Allison student summer research looking at climate change, planning through different lenses 
Mount Allison, NSCC launch new pathway agreement in social services 
Students can earn diploma, degree with focus on social services, sociology 
Community Connect 
Mount Allison student’s Community Engaged Learning project encourages intergenerational friendships in Tantramar region