At the forefront
faculty at the Mount have been making waves for years, with an impact far beyond
what would be expected of a smaller university.
This means our students learn alongside some of the best in their fields, and
also have exceptional access to undergraduate research opportunity.
From leaders in psychology and biology, to superstars in chemistry, physics,
math and computer science, Mount faculty are being recognized around the world.
|Dr. Ian Pottie|
Breaking ground in Alzheimer's research
As part of a powerful partnership of Halifax universities, Mount professor Dr. Pottie has been helping build and fine-tune a compound to definitively detect Alzheimer's in living patients.
|Dr. Kathy Darvesh|
Mount professor named top chemistry teacher
Dr. Darvesh has been named Canada's top chemistry educator at the post-secondary level for 2016 by College Chemistry Canada.
Dr. Cherif MattaRecipient of the prestigious Lady Davis Fellowship
Already well-respected in his role as Professor and Chair of the Mount’s Department of Chemistry
, Dr. Chérif F. Matta now finds himself preparing for an incredible academic opportunity after being awarded the highly regarded Lady Davis Fellowship.
Established in 1973, the Fellowship provides an opportunity for Visiting Professors, Post-Doctoral Researchers and Doctoral Students from abroad to teach, study and participate in research in Israel at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and at the Technion Institute of Technology in Haifa.