Stories

October 2015
The Institute for Community Prosperity has appointed a new Changemaker in Residence: Walter Hossli will join the Institute's existing Changemakers in Residence - Jill Andres and Pat Letizia - in providing a bridge between academia and the community.
The Institute conducted an environmental scan of the major current socio-economic trends and developments, at local provincial, national and international scales.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery welcomed two of our Dominican Republic (D.R.) field school partners.
Students are set to take part in the democratic process Oct. 19.
From building blocks to building minds, Mount Royal University's Centre for Well Being (CFWB) is taking child care and education research to a new level thanks to some new technology.
Members of the Mount Royal University community are adding their voice to the chorus sounding off against miscarriages of justice.
Mount Royal's first Community Service Learning field school to Nunavut has four Justice Studies students observing society and culture in Rankin Inlet