Innovative Learning & Research
Research moves our world forward.
One of Huron’s most distinct advantages is our dedication to providing students with research opportunities that are rare across the undergraduate landscape. We do this by partnering students with faculty who provide one-on-one mentorship – both on campus and abroad during experiential learning initiatives. Our faculty collaborate with students in pursuit of the faculty members’ research, while also mentoring them as they pursue their own interests.
Through funding and the development of infrastructure, Huron creates an environment where students have access to multiple research projects, at any given time, that help distinguish our alumni when applying to graduate school and employment opportunities.
Your recognition of the power of research will help Huron attract international thought leaders to campus who will shape new programs and further enhance our university’s ability to establish itself as a centre of humanitarian investigation.
Right now, our faculty are engaged in numerous research projects, across all programs, that deserve financial support. Currently, Huron is eagerly seeking support to attract two endowed Research Chairs who will champion our Jewish Studies Program and Centre for Governance, Leadership & Ethics. We are also looking to partner with donors who want to enrich and extend the longevity of our brand-new Global Great Books program. We will continue to showcase our opportunities for research funding as our campaign continues”
These programs significantly contribute to our ability to foster excellence in global leadership. We look forward to supporting their longevity and growth, while also seeking funding that will empower the rich tapestry of our faculty’s overarching research contributions.
Learn more about these innovative approaches to learning and research and choose to give today to help our students address the issues that will affect our communities, environments and ways of life tomorrow. Make a gift and raise Huron’s capacity to address our world’s most complex issues.