Dr. O’Driscoll has been presented with a Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment 2022 Visionary Award. This award annually recognizes up to two individuals, businesses or organizations that border the Gulf of Maine. The Visionary Award recognizes “innovation, creativity, and commitment to protecting the marine environment”.

EduNova is pleased to announce the launch of a new Post-Graduation Immigration Support Pilot Program in Nova Scotia. The program, which is the first provincially funded initiative of its kind in Nova Scotia, aims to support and retain international graduates by providing detailed information on immigration pathway programs via a new iCent app and personalized immigration coaching post-graduation.

CBC Nova Scotia reports on a clever new twist on ice cream that will make it easier for residents of long-term care homes, many of whom have difficulty swallowing, to get essential nutrients they need.

CBC Nova Scotia profiles the work of Acadia Biology student Willow Bennett. Willow is conducting the first survey of brain worms in Nova Scotia's white-tailed deer population in decades, with the hope of developing insights that can help protect the dwindling population of mainland moose.

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