Acadia’s world-class research facilities rival the largest institutions. With our unique location and small campus, Acadia fosters collaboration across disciplines and with industry, community, and sister institutions.
The Maple League universities are offering a new, groundbreaking and multidisciplinary course exploring the theme of “time” this Fall, demonstrating how this consortium of universities can collaborate to offer students a richer, more relevant learning experience across four campuses.
Orientation Week is just around the corner, with international students arriving on Wednesday, August 29, and domestic students on Saturday, September 1. “O-week” is filled with exciting activities to welcome Acadia’s first year students to their home away from home.
The Miramichi Cup is a “catch and release” bass fishing tournament that attracts around 2000 people to the Miramichi River every year. The tournament also welcomes the Acadia Striped Bass research team each year. Students attend the event to conduct research relevant to the preservation of Striped Bass and to study the effects of environmental stressors on the fish. The team is led by Biology Professors Dr. Trevor Avery and Dr. Russell Easy.