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Owens Art Gallery receives Dr. Marilyn Trenholme Counsell Literacy Award 
The award recognizes the gallery’s commitment to community literacy and lifelong learning 
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.
Honours sociology student Quinn Waylaing explores ethnographic approach to learning
Undergraduate research project funded by SSHRC award for Black scholars  
Driven by community
Anna Irwin shares her experience as a Loran Scholar and life on campus
Music students are taking their opera workshop on the road
Show aims to make opera music more accessible for diverse audiences
Building bridges
Community Engaged Learning students partner with autism resource centre to bolster programming
Mount Allison’s THRIVE foundation year program receives more than $100,000 in CEWIL funding for student community projects 
Funding to support $700 stipends for first-year Arts students to work with community organizations on ‘wicked problems’
Building community connections 
Empowering students to make an impact 
Growth from within
Mount Allison establishes new programs, community partnerships in response to students’ 21st century learning needs
Mount Allison professors recognized for innovative teaching, leadership 
Religious studies, community engaged learning professors recognized by Association of Atlantic Universities  
Community Connect 
Mount Allison student’s Community Engaged Learning project encourages intergenerational friendships in Tantramar region 
Two Mi’kmaw scholars join Mount Allison University 
Professors Sacha DeWolfe and Marsha Vicaire will help build University’s academic offerings around Indigenous knowledge and community partnerships across Mi'kma'ki
New programs and certificate options at Mount Allison
Additional offerings provide more options for students