A new program from Acadia University is providing international students with the opportunity to develop their English language proficiency without setting foot on a campus.Learn more… Acadia Launches English Language Learning Online
The Arthur Irving Academy for the Environment was recently awarded a $120,000 grant from the Nova Scotia Department of the Environment EcoNova Scotia Fund for Clean Air and Climate Change.Learn more… Arthur Irving Academy for the Environment Awarded Grant
Community leaders from North Preston and Halifax were among an elite list inducted into the Rev. Dr. W.P. Oliver (Acadia Class of 1934) Wall of Honour in a ceremony at the Black Cultural Centre Saturday night. Reported in HalifaxNewsNet.caLearn more… Honouring local leaders
A graduate of Acadia who now teaches at the American University of Iraq (Sulaimani campus) has initiated Haiti relief efforts there - an outreach first for the university. Reported in NovaNewsNow.com.Learn more… Worldwide effort, Wolfville woman, help Haiti
Dr. Michael Leiter, a professor of psychology at Acadia University, explains a "crisis of values" and a lack of balance between work and life is a prescription for burnout for Canada's doctors. Reported in the Leader-Post.Learn more… Survey examines stress, burnout in doctors
For Acadia Co-op student Kayla Boyd, securing her own work placement took her to Northern BC as an eco-advisor to local businesses and the communityLearn more… Do-it-yourself Co-op placement? You can do it!
Halifax Grammar School student, Katie Ross, has been heavily recruited by varsity athletics programs. Discover why Acadia University is the right fit for her. She will study science and play both soccer and basketball here this fall. Halifax Grammar School Report.Learn more… Katie Ross, MVP