All Acadia News

    January 2011

    Defusing the uncivil workplace

    Acadia researcher Dr. Michael Leiter shares insights into how to make work a more civil place. A Globe and Mail report.

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    Robots invade Wolfville

    Robots and their student creators invade Acadia for a programming competition. Report and video on Nova News Now.

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    Workplace burnout affecting the best and brightest

    Acadia's Dr. Michael Leiter reveals who is most likely to develop workplace burnout. Reported in the Globe & Mail.

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    Research suggests a need for new grapes

    Acadia adjunct professor Sean Myles' research says new grapes are needed to keep wine flowing. Read the BBC News report.

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    Robotics competition tackles local community biomedical needs

    300 middle and high school students descend on Acadia's campus January 29 for province-wide robotics competition.

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    Acadia student wins provincial award for work in sexual health

    Four individuals and six groups from across the province were recently presented with a minister’s award for leadership and crime prevention – and Acadia’s Callie Lathem was one of them. NovaNewsNow.com Report

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    Alex MacLean ('14)

    Real life learning: Acadia student reps his Coast big time

    When you spark the creativity of an Acadia University student, there’s no telling what may happen, especially when that student has a flair for entrepreneurship.

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    Acadia's Liam Heelis named BLG Nominee

    Canadian Interuniversity Sport and national law firm Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG) have announced the eight nominees for the 22nd Annual BLG Awards. Acadia Hockey’s Liam Heelis is a finalist. 

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