A celebration of farmers, producers, and chefs - along with local foods and beverages - is set for April 28.Learn more… Wolfville's April Flavours a Feast Fundraiser
An Acadia initiative will introduce robots into the Nova Scotia school system to help develop technology skills.Learn more… Government of Canada Invests in Acadia Youth Robotic Project
An Acadia professor’s quest to sexually frustrate bugs has some federal bucks backing the effort. The Register report.Learn more… Acadia Bug Research Gets ACOA Cash
The Acadia women’s hockey team hosts the final Maritime Intercollegiate Women’s Hockey Challenge Cup this weekend.Learn more… Acadia Hosts Women's Hockey Challenge Cup
Acadia celebrates research and academic excellence during its first Research Summit March 22-25. The Register report.Learn more… Acadia Research Summit
Watch AcadiaTV as Dr. Mark Mallory details the research that has made him an inaugural member of the Royal Society of Canada’s (RSC) College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. AcadiaTV VideoLearn more… AcadiaTV Feature: Dr. Mark Mallory enters "The College"
On the 25th anniversary of a House of Commons pledge to end child poverty in 2000, Acadia University assistant professor of sociology, Lesley Frank, says it's discouraging that poverty rates have risen. She has authored the Nova Scotia Child and Family Poverty Report Card for the past 11 years. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Report
Learn more… Child poverty report discouraging