Acadia will take the fear out of the first-year university experience for high school students with the launch of its 2012 National Tour.Learn more… National Tour delivers Acadia to high school students
"Rock, Paper, Scissors: An Exploration of Inuit Art" will be on display at Acadia's Art Gallery March 2 until April 20.Learn more… Gallery exhibit explores Inuit art
Acadia researchers and Nova Scotia emergency room physicians tackle the health claims of a recent study that promotes off-highway vehicle use. They ask: Is this the new smoking? Oxford Journals publication.Learn more… Researchers debate off-highway vehicle study
Pepsi kicked off Acadia’s 2012 Shinerama campaign February 3 by donating $2,500 to support Cystic Fibrosis research.Learn more… PepsiCo Kicks off Shinerama Campaign
Acadia University hosts a robot programming competition that's more about teamwork, fun, and learning. NovaNewsNow.com report.Learn more… Robotics excitement!
For Acadia Co-op student Kayla Boyd, securing her own work placement took her to Northern BC as an eco-advisor to local businesses and the communityLearn more… Do-it-yourself Co-op placement? You can do it!
Halifax Grammar School student, Katie Ross, has been heavily recruited by varsity athletics programs. Discover why Acadia University is the right fit for her. She will study science and play both soccer and basketball here this fall. Halifax Grammar School Report.Learn more… Katie Ross, MVP