Knowledge is meant to be shared and Laurier’s faculty and students are eager to share their research with the world. Learn about their discoveries, insights and artistic achievements by attending a Laurier event or listening to a research-focused podcast.
In response to current events, the Inspiring Conversations webinar series showcases the timely, relevant research and expertise of Laurier faculty, staff and alumni.
These hour-long lectures by Laurier researchers are designed to engage the Milton community in public dialogues about important topics.
Every Friday over lunch hour, Jonathan, Laurier’s vice-president: research, speaks to a faculty researcher about their origins, their personal triumphs and their latest findings.
In collaboration with Laurier researchers, members of the Dehcho First Nations discuss local research that can help mitigate the effects of climate change in their community.
The Centre for Research on Security Practices’ (CRSP) podcast features discussions about threats to human security as well as insights into how it is enhanced and sustained.
Displacements is hosted by International Migration Research Centre Director Alison Mountz and Associate Director Kim Rygiel who talk to authors, activists, scholars and creatives engaging in migration, displacement and mobility issues.
Handpicked showcases the varied research happening at the Laurier Centre for Sustainable Food Systems, with a focus on how this work creates meaningful changes to the ways we produce, obtain, eat and understand our food.
Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself. Join Laurier's Center for Leading Research in Education (CLRiE) as they talk to faculty members about their research activities and discuss the impact of their work, including how it can inform practices in education across the lifespan.
Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies member Eric Story sits down with prominent war historians to discuss their research.
A four-part series exploring the big ideas in the book Counternarratives of Pain and Suffering as Critical Pedagogy: Disrupting Oppression in Educational Contexts, co-edited by Laurier faculty members Ardavan Eizadirad and Steve Sider.
Research Chat showcases the research and experiences of Laurier graduate students.
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