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Cultural Studies course to explore the role of drugs in society
August 16, 2018

Courses in Cultural Studies frequently incorporate analysis of current topics and trends. Cultural Studies 2201: Critical Debates (to be offered this fall), will focus on regulation of the body – and more specifically, drugs.

Mount student, faculty attend inaugural Summer Institute of the Atlantic Indigenous Mentorship Network
August 16, 2018

Mount Saint Vincent University attendees included Chelsey Purdy (undergraduate Applied Human Nutrition student) and Dr. Sherry Pictou (Department of Women’s Studies).

Mount student receives NSHRF Quest Award for greatest promise for health research in the province
August 13, 2018

Applied human nutrition graduate student Ksenia Kholina is the first Mount student to win the Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation’s prestigious Quest Award.

Recommended reads
August 2, 2018

Mount English faculty share their recommendations on books to add to your summer (or fall!) reading list.

Supporting the learning process when belief systems and course content collide
July 31, 2018

Brenda’s current PhD research is exploring how individuals reconcile their belief systems with contrasting ideas, with an emphasis on sexual/gender identity and religion. One of the goals of that work is finding new ways of helping students in particular.

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