Acadia University has welcomed students back to campus for a COVID-19-ready Fall 2020 term with a hybrid approach to teaching and learning that includes a mix of in-person, online, and virtual course delivery.
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The Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education has announced that Nova Scotia will resume welcoming international students to its post-secondary institutions in early November, with almost two dozen institutions ready with additional COVID-19 precautions.

Dr. Liesel Carlsson stands in the Acadia Community Farm herb garden above Wheelock Dining Hall on a foggy spring day.

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many aspects of everyday life that may have been taken for granted, including how food and retail goods arrive on our store shelves. Visit the Chronicle Herald for a discussion of the issue written by Acadia alumna Laura Churchill Duke ('98) with contributions from academic experts including Acadia University School of Nutrition & Dietetics professor Dr. Liesel Carlsson.

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Acadia University's Department of Athletics revealed today it's fall plan to offer its student body an opportunity to engage in sport and fitness during a COVID-19 altered setting on the Acadia campus.

Referred to as the Alternate Sport Model, the project is a collaboration of several groups on campus to utilize the skills of Acadia Athletics' coaches and student-athletes by offering sport and fitness opportunities to the Acadia campus and Wolfville community.

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