Research | Work of Arts
Research | Work of Arts


March 29, 2017

Unplanned but not unprepared

For Pat Demers, a "serendipitous" career is nothing more than hard work meeting opportunity read more »

March 16, 2017

Words in the World

How we process language speaks volumes about who we are, but where we are may also matter, says linguist Juhani Järvikivi read more »

October 4, 2016

How radicalized are Canada’s prisons?

Sociologists Sandra Bucerius and Kevin Haggerty are looking to uncover the state of radicalization in Canada’s correctional facilities read more »

August 25, 2016

Anthropologist Todd Kristensen brings Alberta’s archeological history to life

The Heritage Art Series mixes art and storytelling to educate and inspire read more »

June 23, 2016

Guest Post: Thoughts on the Orlando shooting and the geopolitics of the Middle East

Was this an attack on the gay community or a statement on foreign policy? read more »

June 2, 2016

The unlikely link between credit reform and the planet

Economist discovers that a company’s access to credit pays dividends for the environment read more »

May 26, 2016

Guest Post: Why You Should Play Video Games

Instructor of popular Understanding Video Games course shares why games are so important to our society read more »

May 12, 2016

Ensuring every voice is heard

Associate professor Malinda Smith is trying to reframe how we look at issues of equity read more »

April 28, 2016

Votes and victories

On the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Alberta, political science professor Linda Trimble looks at how far we’ve come — and where we’re going next. read more »

March 3, 2016

Printmaker Sean Caulfield breaks new ground with AGA exhibition

"The Flood" is both sculpture and print, a duality that Caulfield welcomes read more »

February 25, 2016

Mamma Mia, (Queer) I Go Again!

Modern Languages & Cultural Studies prof John Eason teaches Scandinavia from A(BBA) to Q(ueer) read more »

January 28, 2016

Family Ties

Margot Challborn knows firsthand the exclusive nature of political policies on non-traditional families. Now, her research aims for inclusion. read more »

January 11, 2016

Up Not Down – The Rise (and Rise) of Happiness

New UAlberta study finds it gets better as we age, refuting old claims that happiness slumps in midlife read more »

December 10, 2015

Magna Carta’s legacy transcends disciplines

Arts scholars weigh in on the historic document on exhibition in Edmonton read more »

December 3, 2015

The psychology of leadership

Leadership and "followership" are fluid designations, according to David Rast, and both have their own set of responsibilities read more »

November 19, 2015

Guest Post: Taking a stand against hate crimes

Hate crimes are underreported, according to Sociology PhD student Irfan Chaudhry read more »

November 14, 2015

Guest post: Writing opens many doors

Centre for Writers director Lucie Moussu shares the joy of supporting students read more »

November 5, 2015

Community Service-Learning changes the educational game

CSL’s new executive director reflects on experiences that transform students’ education and career paths read more »