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At its annual fall meeting, Acadia University’s governing board elected Henry Demone (’76) as Chair. Formerly Board Secretary, Demone joined Acadia’s Board in October 2012 and succeeds John Rogers (’79) who began his term as Board Chair in October 2016.

“Your alma mater has a big impact on your life – what you learn, the people you meet, how you grow in those years. Universities like Acadia are an important part of people’s formative years. I am pleased to take on this new role because it is crucial for Acadia to remain strong and healthy for future generations,” says Demone, who specializes in helping organizations thrive.

Chris Callbeck, Vice-President, Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer at Acadia University, will serve as the Canadian University Association of Business Officers (CAUBO) President.

Founded in 1937, CAUBO is a non-profit professional organization representing the chief administrative and financial officers at over 100 universities and affiliated colleges in Canada.

Read our latest newsletter for videos and photos from a five-day Mawio'mi that began on The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, updates on campus events and COVID-19, and Acadia University students and faculty in the news.

Nova Scotia Health profiles affiliate scientist Dr. Jonathon Fowles of Acadia's School of Kinesiology. Dr. Fowles leads a provincial Exercise is Medicine initiative to help support physical activity counselling in health care and create supports for exercise prescription and referral in communities. His work in developing exercise regimens to improve the lives of diabetes patients is also lauded.

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