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Publications and Microsites

Microsites

 

The Global and International Studies Initiative
GISI is a new research initiative at St. Thomas University which brings together scholars from different academic disciplines who share an interest in global and international issues.

The Occupy Papers
The Occupy Speaker Series focused on themes of social justice, equality and environmental sustainability.
Journal of New Brunswick Studies/Revue d’Études sur le Nouveau-Brunswick
The Journal of New Brunswick Studies/Revue d’études sur le Nouveau-Brunswick publishes thoughtful and lively writing about the province.
New Brunswick Literary Encyclopedia
An on-line literary encyclopedia shed lights on the rich heritage of New Brunswick’s literature.
Narrative Works
Narrative Works is an online, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal developed by the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Narrative at St. Thomas University.
Atlantic Canadian Poets' Archive
An online anthology of Atlantic Canadian poets, poetry and critical analysis created and maintained by the English Department.
See it Now

See It Now: A Publication of STU Journalism.

The Aquinian Online
The Aquinian, St. Thomas University's independent newspaper, is a student-owned and operated publication. It aims to foster a sense of community at St. Thomas University by developing and promoting dialogue.
Work in a Warming World Atlantic Forum September 2011
A forum for workers and their unions, environmentalists, academics, and activists held at St. Thomas University.
2010 Conference on the Liberal Arts
The International Conference on the Liberal Arts: Looking Back and Moving Forward; the Next 100 Years of Liberal Arts - Confronting the Challenge discussed how liberal arts education has been challenged in recent years.
History of STU A History of St. Thomas University: The Formative Years, 1860–1990
Drs. Spray and Rhinelander paint a nuanced historical picture of St. Thomas’s evolution from a small Roman Catholic college founded in 1860 on the Miramichi to the nationally recognized liberal arts university it had become by 1990 and remains today.

Publications

 

University Viewbook
The St. Thomas Viewbook gives you a snapshot of what it's like to be a part of our university community. You can learn about the types of programs offered at St. Thomas, as well as campus living and extracurricular activities.

International Student Viewbook

The St. Thomas International Student Viewbook gives you an idea of what it will be like to come to St. Thomas University from outside of Canada. You will read about programs, student life, and the experiences of real international students and alumni.

St. Thomas University Strategic Plan 2013-2018

This strategic plan reflects the shared aspirations of our community and seeks to nurture diverse interests which work together to form a common vision. It will aid in achieving our long-term vision of being the premier liberal arts undergraduate university in Canada.

St. Thomas University Community Report
The Community Report showcases some of St. Thomas University's community successes for 2017.
The STU Reader
The STU Reader features more than 50 pieces from people with ties to the university covering a variety of poems, short stories, journalistic pieces, memoirs and essays.
Nashwaak Review
Since 1994, the Nashwaak Review has published original poetry, short fiction, travel pieces, essays, articles and reviews. It is a venue for new and established artists, reviewers and critics throughout Canada.
Teaching Perspectives
Teaching Perspectives is a publication of the Learning & Teaching Development committee which has been active in supporting teaching and learning initiatives at St. Thomas University.
Academic Calendar
University calendars aren’t noted for being great literature. They contain information about academic regulations, admission requirements, university policies, programme and course descriptions, and lists of faculty, staff, and students.
Church, Politics, and STU Church, Politics, and STU: The Relocation of St. Thomas University from Chatham to Fredericton
This book deals primarily with the 1950s and 1960s and the political and religious circumstances in which the relocation of the university from Chatham to Fredericton was first discussed and eventually carried out.