Royal Military College faculty member Captain Matt McTaggart shared his experience leading Canada’s first Science meets Parliament event in a panel discussion during 14-17 of February at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting in Washington, DC.
The Royal Military College's research mission, vision and values is to further develop knowledge that fosters a better understanding of future challenge areas for Canada and global issues. We are committed to advancing knowledge by supporting research.
The Royal Military College of Canada (RMC)’s video focusses on some of the future challenge areas identified by SSHRC at the Regional Colloquium. This video highlights some examples of how Faculty and Graduate students at the Royal Military College of Canada are building a rich research agenda in the humanities and social sciences. The research illustrated here is focusing on areas that benefit the general public, national and international security and the governance, history and economics of defence.
Highlights of Research Excellence at Royal Military College of Canada.Research lies at the heart of a university: pursuing, generating and transferring knowledge; inspiring and motivating faculty and students; and responding to the needs of the CAF and the Defence community.