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 binding interest arbitration process between Acadia University and the Acadia University Faculty Association (AUFA) that began on March 1, 2022, concluded with arbitrator William Kaplan's decision. The 12-page award document, which addresses outstanding issues not resolved in collective bargaining, was shared with both parties on July 29, 2022.
A contingency of Acadia students, faculty, and staff will be among more than 1,000 people attending the National Black Canadians Summit this weekend in Halifax. The gathering is a national dialogue about the Black experience and how to deconstruct racial discrimination in Canada.
Acadia University is inviting Indigenous artists to submit proposals for a logo treatment development for our Indigenous Centre, Welkaqnik. This logo will honour Acadia University’s place in Mi’kma’ki, Indigenous students, and alumni.
Acadia University will soon be recruiting for the inaugural Jarislowsky Chair in Trust and Political Leadership – one of five prestigious academic appointments at universities across Canada to lead a first-of-its-kind collaboration focused on educating future leaders in government, politics and the public service.
Acadia University's Department of Athletics announced this evening the 2021-22 Major Award winners and team award winners at the annual Fred G. Kelly Awards Night.
Third-year swimmer Dean Sangster (Truro, N.S) and fourth-year basketball Axewoman Jayda Veinot (Port Williams, N.S.) concluded the evening as the Athenaeum Male Athlete of the Year and the Jean Marsh Female Athlete of the Year respectively.