Featured Research and Scholarship
Tracy Friedel, PhD, will join Mount Royal University on July 1 as the University’s first Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Studies, focusing on culture, environment and sustainability
Successful crowdfunding campaign results in Everest excursion for students
Bachelor of Child Studies students shift perspectives with capstone conferencE
Mount Royal’s largest Research and Scholarship Days wrapped up with several students receiving recognition for their work April 7.
Professor Mark Lafave, from the Faculty of Health, Community and Education, shows how he and a team of researchers support the rodeo community hands-on through research and community service — all while teaching MRU students innovative and best practices in sports medicine.
Jon Cooper is a recent graduate of Mount Royal University’s Bachelor of Science program. Jon’s interest in geographic information systems (GIS), and how they can be applied to conservation, has led him to pursue a Masters on GIS.
Nisha Panesar is a Mount Royal University Student currently working towards a B.Sc. in Environmental Science. Nisha's interest in geographic information systems has led to her becoming involved with gathering data on logging, recreation, and other land use in the Ghost Watershed, northwest of Calgary.
A participatory action community gardening study and horticultural therapy group intervention for seniors at Mount Royal University.
Mount Royal and Calgary-based experts have partnered up to chart a bold new course in geographic education for the next generation of tech-savvy learners.
Bissett undergrads gain greater opportunity to present research internationally thanks to the William H. McGannon Foundation