If you have an inquisitive mind and see yourself engaged in the pursuit of knowledge as a researcher and scientist, StFX offers a rigorous undergraduate science program suited to your interests.
We are known for the strength of our academic programs, and also our unparalleled opportunities for hands-on research at the undergraduate level. You'll work with accomplished scientists in a collaborative environment. You'l have the chance to assist in faculty research of the highest calibre.
Our program provides students with a solid foundation to go on to award-winning research, further study and rewarding scientific careers. While here, our undergraduate science students are winning significant research grants and awards, getting published in academic journals and presenting their work at national and international conferences.
First-year undergraduate students can now access new programs designed to blend academic study with interdisciplinary connection and learning. The colloquium programs are unique, providing a residential option -- the opportunity to live and learn among your peers who share common academic interests.
Health Studies Colloquium: an interdisciplinary opportunity for first year students in both the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Science. The program explores psychological, biological and sociological perspectives on human health. Students will also complete a Service Learning assignment in partnership with a community organization that is directly involved in human health.
"Our faculty is comprised of accomplished scientists, providing students with a solid foundation to go on to award-winning research, further study and tremendous scientific careers.
One of the greatest advantages we provide our students is the opportunity to work side-by-side with professors. It’s an experience rare in the large research labs of urban universities where the major emphasis is on graduate programs."
Dr. Petra HaufDean of Science, St. Francis Xavier University
Office of the Dean of Science:Phone: 1.902.867.3903Fax: 1.902.867.2793Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mailing Address:2329 Notre Dame Avenue2nd Floor Nicholson, Rm 220Antigonish, NS B2G 2W5
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