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A note from Oonagh...

Welcome to your complete guide to Acadia University’s Alumni Events. I am your host and moderator, Oonagh Proudfoot (’93, ’06), Executive Director of Alumni Affairs.

We have had an exciting two years offering regular virtual events to our alumni community and we aren’t going to stop now! We have engaged many alumni who would not normally have been able to get to our in-person events simply because they live in regions we don’t often visit or because they are leading busy lives. We understand and are delighted to connect with you virtually when it’s not possible for you to share the Acadia spirit in person. Having said that, we do hope that we will be back on the road again soon.

In the meantime, you will find on this page our upcoming events as well as recordings of all our previous virtual events. We have offered a wide range of topics over the last two years and trust you will find something to your liking. Keep your eyes open for more upcoming events and please have a look through the library.

We hope you enjoy your time here and join us for upcoming events both virtually and in-person. As always, I encourage you to stay in touch and welcome any suggestions that you may have on future topics of interest.

Yours in Acadia spirit,
Oonagh


Upcoming Alumni Events

Red - In-person Event | Blue - Online/Virtual Event

December
1
2022
(6:30 pm - 8:30 pm)
December
7
2022
(5:00 pm)
December
8
2022
(6:00 pm)
March
5
2023
(1:45 pm - 3:00 pm)

Virtual Video Library

Executive Director, Alumni Affairs Oonagh Proudfoot ('93, '06) is joined by Acadia University Department of Community Development professor Dr. John Colton, tourism development specialist Shannon Guihan ('02) and adventurist Dave Greene ('08, '16) as we explore sustainable tourism in Nova Scotia and beyond.

We celebrate the physiotherapists in our alumni community who work tirelessly to ensure our independence, function and well-being by providing rehabilitative and home health services to clients and caregivers alike. This year, to mark National Physiotherapy Month, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association is also highlighting the importance of its profession in an area that has been a hot topic over the last couple of years – long COVID.


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Sandra Symonds
Events Coordinator
sandra.symonds@acadiau.ca

Charlie Hayes
Events Coordinator
charlotte.hayes@acadiau.ca

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Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6, Canada
Alumni Inquiries: 902.585.1459
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