Read our January newsletter for the President's winter term welcome and links to stories about the President's Anti-Racism Task Force, our new Elder in Residence, faculty in the news, and more.

Acadia University’s newest Tier II Canada Research Chair in Healthy Inclusive Communities is Dr. Emily Bremer, Assistant Professor in the School of Kinesiology.

Dr. Bremer’s appointment is part of the Canada Research Chairs Program investment in new and renewed Chairs across Canada to attract global talent and increase diversity.

Acadia University has taken a major step towards greater equity, diversity, and inclusion with its release of the Report of the President’s Anti-Racism Task Force (PART) and the official response by the University’s President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Peter Ricketts.

Acadia University honorary degree recipient, the Honourable Justice Dr. Murray Sinclair (DCL '21), C.C., has been named a Companion of the Order of Canada. He was honoured for his commitment to representing Indigenous legal issues and his dedication to reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians.

In a video trailer about her book, Out of Milk, Acadia researcher Dr. Lesley Frank answers the breastfeeding paradox – why women who can least afford to buy infant formula are less likely to breastfeed.




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