Research

Research Centres

Senate Policy on Research Centres and Institutes

Atlantic Centre for Qualitative Research and Analysis

The ACQRA encourages and facilitates qualitative research in the Atlantic region of Canada by serving both novice and veteran researchers and forges links with other centres and scholars.

Atlantic Human Rights Centre
The Atlantic Human Rights Research and Development Centre was established to promote and develop multidisciplinary teaching and research in the area of human rights at the regional, national, and international levels.

Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Narrative
The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Narrative serves those working with narrative ideas and approaches in various disciplines within St. Thomas University and beyond.

Centre for Research on Youth at Risk
The Centre for Research on Youth at Risk was established in 1998 and focuses on research which addresses developmental and social strategies to enhance the lives of all youth and particularly those who are in trouble with the law, the Centre provides research, consultation and outreach to a variety of community organizations.

Institute for World History
The Institute for World History promotes innovative research and teaching in world history by fostering collaboration among scholars, teachers, and heritage professionals.

New Brunswick and Atlantic Studies Research and Development Centre
The New Brunswick and Atlantic Studies Research and Development Centre focuses on individual interdisciplinary and inter-institutional studies on New Brunswick and Atlantic Canada.

St. Thomas University Holocaust Centre
To complement its educational programmes, the Atlantic Human Rights Centre established the St. Thomas University Holocaust Centre. In addition to education and research programmes, the centre supports the Ripples Internment Camp Museum.

Third Age Centre
The Third Age Centre promotes study and field development on issues related to all aspects of life for people aged 50 years and more, particularly those issues that are specific to New Brunswick.