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St. Thomas University

St. Thomas University recognizes the importance of scholarly research to achieving its goal of excellence in undergraduate liberal arts education and in making a distinctive contribution to society. Through our research and creative activities, St. Thomas University is committed to being a positive and transformative presence in society. We foster scholarship and research because we recognize their role in the advancement of knowledge and in sustaining the quality of teaching and the intellectual life of the University.

Research Capabilities

Community Health and Aging

  • Health Research Chair in Community Health and Aging
  • Partners: the McCain Foundation and the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation

Global and International Studies

Narrative Studies

New Brunswick Studies

Physical Culture and Social Life

  • Tier 2 Canada Research Chair

Criminal Justice

  • Centre for Research with Vulnerable Women and Youth

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