News & Announcements
Humanities Professor Kirk Niergarth specializes in twentieth-century Canadian intellectual and cultural history. Most recently his research has focused on Canadian tourists who visited the Soviet Union between 1920 and 1940.
Forty Mount Royal students are putting their expertise to work by helping to design a more "child friendly" emergency room at the Alberta Children's Hospital as part of the Design II course in the Bachelor of Applied Interior Design program ...
Duane Bratt releases his new book titled "Canada, the Provinces, and the Global Nuclear Revival: Advocacy Coalitions in Action."
Sociology Professor Tim Haney has put Mount Royal University on the map with his one-of-a-kind class on "The Sociology of Disaster."
Mount Royal University and Policy Studies chair Duane Bratt welcomed former UN secretary general Kofi Annan earlier this semester to speak with a group of Policy Studies students and faculty.
Students from the Department of English Honours Seminar held their second annual undergraduate conference entitled Margins, Identity, Performance organized by Dr. Kenna Olsen. Among the students presenting was Monica Meier.
Award-winning playwright and English professor Natalie Meisner launches a website for "PODPLAYS: Downloadable Art for Your Ears", an outlet for her students and young playwrights to share their work and gain recognition in the arts community.
English Professor Kit Dobson is a busy member of the Mount Royal community: in addition to presenting at conferences, publishing papers, sitting on committees, and teaching, he is set to publish three books in the upcoming months.
CBC "The Current" show interview with Tim Haney 10-Jan