A new study, funded by Research Nova Scotia and led by Dr. Emily Bremer of Acadia’s School of Kinesiology, will identify barriers and provide insight into the health inequalities experienced by children and youth with disabilities.

Acadia University has a new on-campus resource to mentor students interested in launching viable businesses and social enterprises. Successful entrepreneur and Acadia business grad Martin Suter (’88) has been appointed Acadia’s first Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR).

What is the Dodge Cup hockey game, and how did it raise $4,000 and 14 Bankers boxes full of food for the Wolfville Area Food Bank last month?

Acadia University students, faculty, and staff took to the stage to commemorate 14 engineering and nursing students who lost their lives at the École Polytechnique in Montreal in 1989.

Dotun Olutoke, wearing an Acadia sweatshirt, smiles while seated in a wood-panelled boardroom in the KC Irving Centre.

Perched on the side of the Bay of Fundy is the picturesque fishing community of Hall’s Harbour. Tourists come to marvel at the highest tides in the world, eat a seafood dinner at the local lobster pound, walk along the shore, and explore the art from Parker’s General Store. Dotun Olutoke, a Master of Community Development student at Acadia University, calls it one of Nova Scotia’s best-kept secrets.

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