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    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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    New spin-off company transforms traditional learning

    Acadia University's Office of Industry and Community Engagement (ICE), a division of Research and Graduate Studies, today announced the launch of spin-off company Casenet Media Inc. Casenet is an innovative, cloud-based multi-media case management platform designed to replace the traditional paper-based business case studies used in post-secondary institutions and the corporate training market.

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    Acadia professors earn East Coast Music Awards

    Two Acadia University music professors, Derek Charke and Mark Adam, just received East Coast Music Awards, and so did the Wolfville firm, Sound of Pop, headed by alumnus Glenn McMullen (’89). novanewsnow.com report

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