Helping Communities Move Forward

By Maroon & White | spring 2017

Thanks to a $1.1 million investment from the Federal Government, Saint Mary’s is now the headquarters for the Change Lab Action Research Initiative (CLARI), a post-secondary education partnership offering a network of academic experts, research resources, collaboration spaces, and communications technology. “The Change Lab Action Research Initiative is a great example of the kind of collaboration and partnership that will help move Nova Scotia forward,” says Kelly Regan, Minister of Labour and Advanced Education. “It’s a space where students, researchers, and experts will come together to help communities overcome challenges and take advantage of opportunities.”

Campus Notes: “I give because I believe in Saint Mary’s University.”

Featured Articles: James Curleigh: The Rock Star CEO

Alumni News: Getting Back to the Classroom