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    August 2010

    Acadia Names Darrell Youden, CA New Vice-President Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer

    Acadia University today announced that Darrell Youden, CA has been named the University’s new Vice-President Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer.

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    Action-packed Welcome Week 2010

    Welcome Week at Acadia University is a time for new students to learn about our magnificent campus and community, meet new people and make friendships that will last a lifetime and get ready for the new experience of a university classroom.

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    Board and Faculty Sign New Four-Year Contract

    Acadia University’s Board of Governors and members of the Acadia University Faculty Association (AUFA) have ratified a new collective agreement covering the period July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2014.

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    New MA in Social and Political Thought

    Members of the faculty of Arts are preparing to welcome the inaugural cohort of students to the newly created MA program in Social and Political Thought

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    Summer 2010 Bulletin
    Summer 2010 Bulletin

    Alumni magazine now online

    The Summer 2010 issue of Acadia's alumni magazine, the Bulletin, is now 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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