At Laurier, we look for ways to link our research with the rest of the world. That’s because our work as researchers isn’t complete until the knowledge we build on campus serves society. Whether through forging connections with community groups that can put our research to good use, or by engaging with industry partners to commercialize laboratory advances, we strive to produce work that is worthy of the most prestigious academic journals and that also makes a positive impact in the world.
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Laurier Professor Simon Dalby and student Aleksandra Szaflarska examine the concept of borders in conservation efforts
James Hamilton supported by Bruce Power’s Environmental Fund to study Spring Creek
Research on single mothers wins undergraduate research award in economics
Maclean's: Is BPA really bad for our babies? Laurier's Simon Kiss weighs in
Laurier professor awarded The Pierre Savard Award
New research education partnership links Laurier to community needs
Laurier to host first public discussion with leaders behind historic agreement governing Canada’s largest watershed
Laurier researcher develops fair wage calculator to address gender pay gap
Mary Caesar and Jonathan Crush study Cape Town, South Africa’s "urban food deserts"
Eleanor Ty named Laurier 2015-16 University Research Professor
Finance expert Andriy Shkilko to discuss financial market regulation as part of economy panel at Ontario symposium
Laurier vice-president academic and provost receives national award
Laurier researchers examine early warning systems for better climate change adaptation and health in Malawi
WLU Press to integrate with Laurier Library: Integration will preserve WLU Press while supporting development of new Culture & Learning Commons
Study by Laurier researchers into gendered violence on campus shapes university efforts to change culture and improve services
Laurier Social Work research benefits from community-university discussions
Laurier faculty engage in events and projects to address International Women’s Day issues
Online anime fan communities give Laurier researcher insight into how people connect
John W. Schwieter appointed visiting professor at major research centre in London, UK
Do cyber bullies really want to hurt others? A Laurier professor has the answer
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