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. 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
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.
Learn more about some of the research and creative activities at Mount Allison by visiting our research pages, which detail the independent research of some of our faculty members.