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    March 2010

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    Acadia student team named champion for environmental education

    Acadia University's "Students In Free Enterprise" or SIFE team has been named the SIFE Green Challenge Regional Champion by national charitable organization Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE).

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    Acadia recognized in international advertising competition

    Acadia University has won two merit awards in the 25th Annual Educational Advertising Awards - one of the largest educational advertising competitions in the world.

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    Acadia Grad - TVO's Best Lecturer Finalist

    TVO's 2010 Big Ideas Best Lecturer Competition celebrates the most engaging and intellectually stimulating lecturers in Ontario, and one of them is Acadia grad Virginia Walker.

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    How to recognize work burnout

    The economic downturn has driven burnout rates way up. How to recognize it when you see it — or feel it. Acadia's Dr. Michael Leiter explains the phenomena. Reported in Canadian Business Online.

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    Online GIS Mapping Platform Supports Development in Emerging Tidal Sector

    The Honourable Peter MacKay (’87), Regional Minister for Nova Scotia, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, was at Acadia University on July 3, 2015 to announce on behalf of the Government of Canada an investment of $65,000 through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency’s (ACOA) Innovative Communities Fund (ICF) to support the creation of a new online tidal energy atlas.

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    Seabirds bring contaminants to land ecosystems, says researcher

    Migratory seabirds carry the marine pollution they ingest at sea back to their nesting sites on land, according to a new study led by Canada research chair and associate biology professor Mark Mallory. wildlife.org report

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