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Mount Allison researchers receive SSHRC funding
Studies look at the convergence of humanities and sciences within museum contexts, music transmission as conversion tools, and Canadian place names
Learning a new side of music with Amelia Hurst: Summer Student Internship   
Music and psychology student Amelia Hurst is the CHMA Independent Media Intern at campus and community media outlet CHMA through the Experiential Learning & Career Development Internship Program at Mount Allison. 
Mount Allison hosted the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra (NBYO) on campus
NBYO preparing for upcoming performance at renowned Carnegie Hall in New York City 
Introducing the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science and Music
New joint major allows students to explore unique opportunities in a growing market
Mount Allison researchers launch new phase of intergenerational literacies program with students, families, and educators 
Local kindergarteners, first-graders experience engaging, hands-on, interdisciplinary learning at home and on campus 
Mount Allison welcomes Missy Mazzoli as fourth annual Bragg Artist-in-Residence
Grammy-nominated composer will collaborate with students, faculty, present public recital
Music enthusiast donates harpsichord to Mount Allison University 

Instrument will provide new opportunities for Music students, premiere at Sept. 25 recital in Brunton Auditorium 
Shifting Conversations 
Mount Allison professor, 3M National Teaching Fellow launches podcast series around higher ed 
Mount Allison faculty members honoured with 2022 Paul Pare Awards 
Six professors across disciplines recognized for excellence in research, scholarship, and creative activities 
Mount Allison welcomes pianist Graham Johnson as 2022 Bragg Artist-in-Residence
English musician to meet with students and faculty, perform public recital during March residency
New academic programs launched at Mount Allison University for 2022 
Offerings include degrees, certificates in health studies, computer science and music, and arts administration  
Learning by doing 
Mount Allison students gain valuable work experience locally with support of Future NB, Future Wabanaki 
Music behind the scenes
Music degree leads Presley Hynes (’16) down a less traditional path
A running tradition
Mount Allison President hand delivers diplomas to grads for second year running.