Research at Laurier
Our focus on integrated communities of learning and application, cultures of diversity and inclusivity, community and global engagement and the importance of purpose and citizenship informs the Laurier graduate research experience.
As a Laurier graduate student, you will develop the skill necessary to complete a research project, dissertation or thesis. Upon completion of a program, you will be prepared to identify, evaluate and contribute to the issues facing your discipline or profession, as well as those facing society.
Much of Laurier's research activity has an applied character, a community-base and a policy or action orientation. We have forged strong ties with policy-forming bodies in business, industry, social work and the public sector. This activity is reflected in a number of our programs and research centres that have developed links with national and international research institutes. Students have the opportunity to understand research through many university’s research centres.
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