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Wilfrid Laurier University Office of Research Services
February 12, 2016
 
 
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Office of Research Services


The Office of Research Services supports the growth of research and scholarly activity at Laurier. Our goal is to assist researchers in obtaining the resources necessary for pursuing their research activities. We provide assistance to faculty at all stages of applying for and administering research funding.

Consult our Resources Booklet to find out more about how we can help you with your research.

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Laurier Professor Eleanor Ty comments on the endurance of romance literature Laurier Professor Eleanor Ty comments on the endurance of romance literature
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Laurier researcher receives provincial funding to study gendered-violence reporting processes Laurier researcher receives provincial funding to study gendered-violence reporting processes
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Laurier professor plays key role in bringing Canada’s voice in Peace and Conflict Studies to the global stage Laurier professor plays key role in bringing Canada’s voice in Peace and Conflict Studies to the global stage
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Laurier professor Kim Dawson advises not to give up on 2016 resolutions Laurier professor Kim Dawson advises not to give up on 2016 resolutions
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Laurier researchers lay out climate change challenges for Trudeau government Laurier researchers lay out climate change challenges for Trudeau government
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Event: “How do we transform the appeal that violent extremism has for some Muslim youth?” Event: “How do we transform the appeal that violent extremism has for some Muslim youth?”
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Laurier experts to discuss implications of Paris Climate Change Conference
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CBC: Professor Emeritus Carol Stalker studies effectiveness of walk-in therapy clinics CBC: Professor Emeritus Carol Stalker studies effectiveness of walk-in therapy clinics
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Canada Research Chair in Cold Regions Water Science speaks at United Nations University Water Health Seminar Canada Research Chair in Cold Regions Water Science speaks at United Nations University Water Health Seminar
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