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Research Chairs & Fellows

Mulroney Institute Research Chairs

The Mulroney Institute of Government includes several Research Chairs, including:

Dr. Adam Lajeunesse, Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Canadian Arctic Marine Security

Dr. Peter Kikkert, Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Arctic Policy


Mulroney Institute StFX Faculty Research Fellows

StFX Faculty Research Fellows in the Mulroney Institute of Government represent a broad, diverse and inclusive set of research interests and projects with specific relevance to wide-ranging public policy and governance issues.  StFX Faculty Research Fellows are drawn from a variety of departments and programs across the university, as well as the Coady International Institute. 

Mulroney Institute External Research Fellows

These Research Fellows are drawn from other institutions (universities, think tanks, or otherwise) and expand the Institute’s research capacity and knowledge base, while increasing cooperation between institutions. 

Mulroney Institute Visiting Research Fellows

These Research Fellows inject external expertise into the Mulroney Institute for specific periods of time and expose students to subjects and work that they would not otherwise have access to.  Visiting Fellows would be selected not only on the basis of their status and position, but also on the timeliness and originality of their research, and its likely interest to students. 

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