Summer Undergrad Research Fair
Oct. 14, 12 p.m. (ADT)
Hear from four Mount Allison students who did summer undergraduate research this year and presented their findings at our annual Summer Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF).
Student presentations (3 minutes each):
- Beth Chandra, honours psychology
The Impact of Oral Vocabulary on Early Literacy Skills
- Keeley Barnable, biology
A Summer of Medical Research as the Loewen Health Research Intern
- Amy Ward, honours philosophy
Language, Metaphor, and Myth
- Shamus Tobin, physics
Better Measurements for the Mass of Jupiter’s Core Physics
Want to learn more?
Experiential learning (or hands-on learning) is a core element of the liberal arts and sciences education you will receive at Mount Allison. With experiential learning opportunities in every degree, we will help you create experiences that match your interests and style of learning.
Experiential learning opportunities at Mount Allison include:
- Paid internships
- Student conferences
- Academic and case competitions
- Field work and travel
- Recitals, performances, and art exhibits
- Special topics and independent study
- Community partnerships and volunteering
- Peer tutoring and teaching assistantships
Learn more about experiential learning at Mount Allison, including videos of our students in action: mta.ca/experiential