Faculty Research

StFX has an established tradition of research scholarship across all areas of the University’s academic reach, covering a range of fields in the humanities and social sciences; natural, physical, and engineering sciences, management sciences, and health sciences. StFX faculty employ a wide variety of approaches to research - from that of the individual scholar, to those who work as part of large, collaborative research teams.  StFX remains open and committed to supporting all forms of research that serve the academic teaching, scholarly, and service missions of the University.

Ethics, Safety and Conduct of Research 

Opportunities, Forms and Deadlines 

Research Funding

Open Access

University Research Awards for Faculty

Recent Faculty Research Success Stories at StFX 

Climate Signals from the North American Subsurface - StFX Research Highlighted in PAGES Special Issue of the European Geophysical Union journal Climate of the Past StFX part of study researching effective campus mental health programs  
Modern languages professors invited to share their research StFX biology professor presents research in California on the stickleback fish from remote Rouge Lake
StFX faculty deliver lectures at Harvard University Celtic Colloquium Two new books for StFX adult education professor Dr. Carole Roy
StFX French Professor Receives Prestigeous Contributing Editor Appointment to The Year's Work In Modern Language Studies  Research fellowships, a new book, and journal articles mark busy sabbatical for women's and gender studies professor
Anthropology faculty member part of important international study published in Nature Work of earth sciences faculty member recognized in prestigious journal
Dr. David Risk and Flux Lab Team receive $1.8 million for gas leak detection technology StFX faculty spark international academic interest with Gaelic headstone inscription research
Chemistry professor receives invitation to contribute to two special journal issues

Child care research earns StFX professor three national awards at Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting 

 New book by StFX education professor helping map a better way forward in physical and health education  CFI, NSRIT funds help StFX researchers establish cognitive neuroscience research lab