In her course Conflict, Security and Development, Ervine takes a close look at the complex factors behind migration, which now include climate change.
Big believers in experiential learning, Crystal Witter and Bryn de Chastelain are enhancing their studies with student governance, employment on campus, field schools and other opportunities at Saint Mary’s.
Read Sehmat’s story and see how boardroom dreams can start coming to life before leaving campus.
Arts grad Christopher Webb's career has been defined by the intersection of art and commerce.
How do you face the challenge of a game that has no end? Read Harry’s story to see how being a student athlete helped shaped a passion for giving back.
Entrepreneurial journalist Maureen Googoo reflects on how her Saint Mary’s education has kept providing value for over 20-years.
Student Meagan MacPherson traveled twice to Belfast, Northern Ireland, with PSI, working with young students living with the aftermath of the sectarian conflicts that continue to divide the city.
After five years in a U.S. prison, former NHLer Mike Danton came to Saint Mary’s in 2010 aiming for a second shot. He got it.
A one-of-a-kind partnership is shedding new light on Cuba's history, and creating all-new opportunities for Atlantic Canadian students.
Mohamed Ayman is working for a new Egypt.
Dr. Syed Adnan Hussain's thoughtful analysis, lived experiences, and critical eye add important context to the national and local dialogue about Islam, in media, in politics, and in our communities.
When John-Paul Nwaezeigwe arrived at Saint Mary’s, it wasn’t to study politics, but economics—until a chance encounter with an inspiring professor set him on a new course.
Dr. Peckmann is called on to weigh in when human remains are found in Nova Scotia, helping police solve crimes and identify victims—often using nothing more than their skeletons.
Dr. Alexander MacLeod and his students examine how Atlantic Canada’s understanding of itself, its past, and its future is built on the stories we tell—and those we're told—about this region.
Dr. Rohini Bannerjee's research seeks to explore and explain some of the issues most relevant to our global community today, especially around Francophonie, immigration, and inclusiveness.
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