Jean-Paul Boudreau discusses how action and cognition interplay in developmental psych On March 8, President Jean-Paul Boudreau gave a seminar on the insights he and his fellow researchers have gained from observing infants’ object exploration in the field of developmental psychology. The talk was a part of the Honours Psychology Research Seminars. To begin the […]

Luke Anderson discusses the topic of accessibility and what we can do to better our communities “In order to make our communities even better places, we need everybody around the table,” said Luke Anderson, executive director of the StopGap Foundation. “We need people from all different lived experiences in on the discussion of how to […]

Administration, faculty and students discuss what the Maple League is and why Mount Allison is a part of it “It’s really about bringing the uniqueness of our four institutions together to create an opportunity to support innovation in liberal education, experiential learning opportunities for our students, shared opportunities around teaching,” said President Jean-Paul Boudreau, “and […]

Dr. Annie Roy-Carland discusses her research on deciphering real, fake or suppressed pain On Nov. 2, Dr. Annie Roy-Charland from the Université de Moncton gave a seminar on reading facial expressions of pain in children. Roy-Charland’s talk focused on the ability of parents and nurses to discern whether children are experiencing genuine, fake or suppressed […]

Dr. Sarah Ruden discusses literature in translation in this year’s Crake Lecture series On Oct. 25, Dr. Sarah Ruden, a biblical scholar and essayist who holds a PhD in classical philology from Harvard, gave a seminar on translating ancient texts. Mount Allison’s classics department brought Ruden in as part of their annual Crake Lecture series. […]

Phoenix Colloquium lecture takes a look at mental health, mood and Darwinism On Oct. 12, Dr. Eliza Bliss-Moreau, an award-winning professor at UC Davis and scientist at the California National Primate Research Center, gave a seminar on the biological construction of animal emotion. This talk was part of the Phoenix Colloquium series hosted by the […]

The first Quo Vadimus of the year covers work-life balance within the University   A mix of faculty, staff and students came together to discuss faculty mental health at the first Quo Vadimus of the year. The event on Oct. 4 created a space where people could share their thoughts on an issue pertinent to […]

Community members reflect on the recognition of Canada’s residential school survivors “Every child matters, not just white, privileged children, not just children that are from good homes. Every child matters and that includes Indigenous children,” said Patty Musgrave, Mount Allison’s Indigenous affairs coordinator. This past Thursday, students, faculty and staff across campus wore orange T-shirts […]