January 2010 Student Research News Archives

Wednesday, January 13, 2010 at 9:28 am
English student Adrianna Eyking pens prize-winning essay

Fourth-year honours English student Adrianna Eyking has been selected as one of the recipients of the 2009 North American Conference on British Studies Undergraduate Prize (NACBS), for her essay entitled “The Symptoms of Sweet Agony: The Hysteria of Female Sexual Experience" in John Cleland’s Fanny Hill: Memoirs of A Woman of Pleasure. The NACBS Undergraduate Essay Prize is awarded to the best essays in British Studies in a Canadian university course. Essays may be from any department – History, English, Philosophy, Cultural Studies, etc. – as long as the focus of the essay is in British Studies.

 
Tuesday, January 5, 2010 at 10:15 am
Research
L-r, Rory MacDonald, Brett Stevenson, Corbin Bouree and Jeremy de Koe.

A team of honours finance students from the Schwartz School of Business and Information Systems competed in the third annual CFA Atlantic Investment Research Challenge held recently. The Schwartz School of Business team representing StFX included l-r, Rory MacDonald, Brett Stevenson, Corbin Bouree and Jeremy de Koe.