Communities and Collections

  • Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Department of

    The Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences is one of the largest departments of mathematics and statistics in Canada and one of the leading Canadian research departments in Mathematics and Statistics.
    With almost 60 regular faculty members, we are able to pursue many exciting directions of research representing the full spectrum of pure and applied mathematics and statistics. Mathematics and statistics play a fundamental role in our modern world, providing us with the language and tools for analyzing and solving problems in a wide variety of fields.

    • Mechanical Engineering, Department of

      The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers students the opportunity to pursue an exceptional, high quality education in Canada’s largest mechanical engineering department.

      Our 950 students (700 undergraduate and 250 graduate) learn in a thriving and dynamic environment emphasizing solid academics and sound hands-on skills. We offer traditional and co-op undergraduate programs (including a biomedical co-op option), as well as Master of Engineering, Master of Science, and PhD graduate programs.

      • Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Department of

        The Department of Medical Microbiology & Immunology (MMI) was formed in 1995 by the merger of the Department of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases and the Department of Immunology. The merger recognized the natural link between infectious diseases (offense) and host immunity (defense) as two sides of the same coin, and it positioned our department to become a leader in the growing research field of pathogen-host relationships.

        • Medicine and Dentistry, Faculty of

          The Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Alberta in Edmonton has a storied history of success in world-class research, education and patient care. Established in 1913, it is now home to 20 departments, seven divisions, and many research groups, centres and institutes.

          • Medicine, Department of

            The University of Alberta’s Department of Medicine is a recognized leader in innovative education, world-class research and outstanding patient care. We are the largest department in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry and the biggest at the University of Alberta. More than 800 academic and clinical faculty, students, residents and fellows help achieve our goal of improving health and health care locally and globally. These efforts are supported by more than 300 health, technical and support staff.

            • Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, Department of

              The Department of Modern Languages & Cultural Studies plays an integral role in promoting multilingual proficiency and intercultural understanding to prepare students for life and work as professionals in a global environment and as citizens in a multicultural society.

              • Music, Department of

                The Department of Music is committed to being a leading centre for excellence and innovation in the creation, performance, study, and teaching of music. Grounded in a diverse historical and cultural heritage and participating actively in a multicultural, technologically based society, the Department provides innovative research and creative activity, inspiring performances, and informed and relevant musical leadership locally, nationally, and internationally.

                • Native Studies, Faculty of

                  The Faculty of Native Studies is the only Faculty of Native Studies in North America. Its approach to research includes Indigenous research methods, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches, Indigenous perspectives and Indigenous knowledge, the contribution of Elders to teaching, research and sense of direction, interactions with Indigenous communities, and the promotion of Indigenous languages.

                  • NEOS Library Consortium

                    NEOS is a consortium of government, health, college and university libraries in Alberta that cooperate to share library resources, technology, collections and people.

                    • Northern Alberta Health Libraries Association (NAHLA)

                      NAHLA is a chapter of the Canadian Health Libraries Association/Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada (CHLA/ABSC).

                      NAHLA empowers health information specialists in Northern Alberta to support health care services and research, through leadership, advocacy, networking and education. NAHLA has several annual social and networking events and sponsors Leading Edge Workshops, Research Expositions and the annual TRENDS Mini-Conference.

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