The Centre has helped researchers develop their ideas and research agendas by providing opportunities to present at interdisciplinary conferences and symposia. In its four-year existence, the NBASRDC has hosted to two symposia and two conferences.
To enrich, expand and develop knowledge about the Atlantic Canadian region, particularly the province of New Brunswick, through individual, collaborative, interdisciplinary and inter-institutional research studies.
St. Thomas University’s New Brunswick and Atlantic Studies Research and Development Centre focuses on individual interdisciplinary and inter-institutional studies on New Brunswick and Atlantic Canada. It also intends to apply research knowledge gained in similar regions for the benefit of New Brunswick.
Welcome to Aquatic Resources at StFX – an interdisciplinary studies program – focused on water, environment and sustainability – offered in Sciences or Arts. Located in a community nestled along Canada’s rugged Atlantic coastline, this program provides hands-on learning that explores water (freshwater and marine) resources, aquatic life, climate change, policy, and the complexities of human-ecosystem interactions.
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.