All Acadia News

    September 2011

    Grad student banding chicks
    Acadia grad student Ingrid Pollet bands a chick.

    New bird tracking study lifts off this year

    Researchers at Acadia are leading a new study to mark and track birds from Sable Island.

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    Fitness Centre Video
    Watch the AcadiaTV video.

    AcadiaTV Feature: New Fitness Centre

    Get an inside look at Acadia's new fitness centre and all the features it offers the community. Watch video!

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    Bay of Fundy Mud
    Lucky 7 for Bay of Fundy.

    Acadia students rally for Bay of Fundy

    Students muck about in the mud to remind Canada to vote for the Bay of Fundy in the New7Wonders of Nature contest.

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    Great Canadian Appathon² is coming to Acadia

    Acadia students get the chance to create a mobile game in under 48 hours and win over $50,000.

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    Two Acadia students hold petrels on Bon Portage, photo by Len Wagg

    Acadia University Creates Partnership With The Nova Scotia Nature Trust

    Nova Scotia Nature Trust and Acadia announce a landmark conservation partnership and Canadian first in land conservation.

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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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