The research office supports a vibrant research culture at Mount Allison University.

In collaboration with the provost and vice-president academic and research and the academic deans, it provides services such as:

  • assisting with the preparation of individual and institutional submissions for funding to provincial and federal departments or agencies
  • assisting students with the preparation of applications for graduate scholarship funding from SSHRC, NSERC, and CIHR
  • supporting the work of the research ethics board and the animal care committee
  • supporting the work of the research and creative activities committee
  • supporting activities related to technology transfer and commercialization of research

The office is an invaluable tool for both faculty and student researchers. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have regarding research or creative activities at Mount Allison.

 

Upcoming workshops and information sessions

Canadian Common CV Workshop:
Wednesday September 14, 2016, 930-1030am, Avard-Dixon 115

SSHRC Insight Grants Information Session:
 Wednesday September 7, 2016, 230-4pm, Avard-Dixon 117

NSERC Discovery Grants Information Session:
 Tuesday September 13, 2016, 10-1130am, Avard-Dixon 117 

Interdisciplinary Research Workshop:
Friday October 21, 2016, 1-4pm, Avard-Dixon 230
Register by email to dwbruce@mta.ca

Community-based research techniques training sessions:
Friday November 4, 2016, Jennings Banquet Room
9-12pm - Photovoice
1-4pm - World Cafe
Register by email to dwbruce@mta.ca

Structural Equation Modeling Workshop:
Friday November 25, 2016, 9am-4pm, Jennings Banquet Room

Register by email to dwbruce@mta.ca