Research and creative activity | Mount Allison

Research and creative activities are a cornerstone of the Mount Allison experience — both for faculty and students.

Our faculty are involved in cutting edge research in many different fields.

Mount Allison researchers are well-respected for their research and creative contributions in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and sciences, and in fine arts, music, and drama.

In particular, Mount Allison research focuses on questions of quality of life and human endeavour, including:

  • aquatic sciences
  • citizenship, culture, and civil society
  • climate change
  • creative practice and performance
  • health and aging
  • material science
  • scholarship of teaching and learning
  • visual and material culture
Research-creation project 'How Do We Listen?' tells one family's experience with residential schools

Our researchers provide leadership in their respective disciplines and foster exceptional experiential learning. 

    Our students often work right alongside them as research assistants, benefiting from their experience and expertise.

    Or, supported by faculty, they choose to pursue their own interests through independent research projects.

    Are you a student? Find out how to get involved in undergraduate student research.

    Dr. Janine Rogers with students Noah Lubendo ('20) and Abigail Judges ('18), researchers in cultural literacy

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    Partnerships and innovation

    Mount Allison University researchers participate in a wide variety of research initiatives involving the private sector, community organizations, provincial organizations, and networks, including Springboard Atlantic and the New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network, to name a few.

    Explore our research services for more information.

    Research news

    Mount Allison students get head start as researchers 
    Michael Nolan (’22) shares how the Frank McKenna School of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics prepared him for graduate school
    Mount Allison researcher awarded CFI funding for expanding digital centre 
    Centre for Early Modern Visual Culture to expand online projects, student research opportunities 
    Shining a light on the scaly and slimy
    Behavioural ecologist and assistant professor Dr. Julia Riley looks at the lives of amphibians and reptiles

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