There are numerous opportunities for faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and undergraduates to be involved in a variety of research projects and collaborations.
Multidisciplinary research is essential to understanding the interconnected and complex issues we face today. Our researchers work together, from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, and both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to participate in these collaborations.
The Canada Research Chairs and Endowed Chairs help to attract and retain some of the world’s most accomplished and promising minds. These chairholders aim to achieve research excellence and to train the next generation of skilled researchers.
Information for Students
Research information and funding opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students.
Michelle St. Pierre
Doctoral Student, Psychology
FASS doctoral student Michelle St. Pierre is on a mission to reform drug policy and revolutionize psychological healing.
Explore Department Research
We are involved in a diversity of social science and humanities research, employing qualitative, feminist, digital, narrative, ethnographic, Indigenous, community-engaged, and multimodal methodologies.
Learn more about research in the Economics, Philosophy & Political Science department.
Our research projects engage with local and global issues, ranging from human rights to cybersecurity, and the impact of migration. Join us in thinking actively about how to shape the world in which we live.
Our faculty members and graduate students are working on exciting research projects that are making a difference, locally and around the world.
Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Office of Research Services
Kristen Korberg, Associate Director, ORS
Derek Gratz, VP Research, University Industry Liaison Office