The GRI provides an exciting intellectual community for scholars interested in the Atlantic Region. The GRI has sponsored post-doctoral applications, sabbaticants and visiting scholars in their funding applications. We have also hosted graduate students and independent researchers. The GRI offers some limited workshpace, including up-to-date computers, access to a variety of digital equipment (cameras, recorders, microfilm readers) and other amenities such as library access. For more information on establishing a research affiliation please contact Peter L. Twohig, Ph.D.
The Gorsebrook Research Institute is Saint Mary's University's oldest and most prestigious research centre. Established in 1982, the GRI is funded in part by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, with additional support from Saint Mary's University.
Student and Graduate employment opportunities are available online and each campus offers Graduate Employment Services (GES) to students. The GES team is committed to ensuring that students have access to employability skills training and a variety of career resources.
If you are a member of a First Nations community (including First Nations, Innu/Deny, and Metis) and are interested in attending NSCC, you should contact Admissions for information on programs offered and application deadlines. Admissions will also provide details about possible eligibility for designated seats for those who self-identify as members of these groups.
IDEAS 2012 is a competition open to all NSCC students that encourages entrepreneurial-thinking, innovation and creativity. The challenge – develop an idea that excites you and has the potential of having business or community impact – think new products, services, business ventures or community services. Build a case to sell it and you could win fantastic cash prizes and other incentives.
CollegePrep actively links high school and College programs to ensure student success and successful entry into the labour market. CollegePrep is a partnership with Regional, District, and First Nations' School Boards outlined by Memoranda of Understanding.