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.
Dr. Lesley Frank (’95) shared insights contained in her new book, Out of Milk: Infant food Insecurity in a Rich Nation – the origins of which began as questions she grappled with working as a prenatal/postnatal outreach worker in the Annapolis Valley – a position she took up shortly after graduating from Acadia University
Alumna Laura Churchill Duke (’98) discussed what she learned in conducting community research pertaining to her historical novel, Two Crows Sorrow, about the life and death of Theresa McAuley Robinson in 1904 on the Annapolis Valley's North Mountain. Laura’s talk highlighted the research and writing process, especially concerning the reporting of sensitive stories.
This event included a discussion about insurance needs, as well as a Q&A. Speakers included: Scott Grant – TD Insurance Meloche Monnex and Carlene Richter – Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc. Brought to you by TD Insurance Meloche Monnex and Industrial Alliance.
This event included an in-depth interview and discussion that allowed participants an intimate look at the life and story of Mr. Len Hawley, the voice of the Acadia Axemen hockey team. Len was up close and personal to tell tales, answer questions and give his signature flair to eventgoers.