2011

Danny Silver 2011 Science Champion

Computer Science Prof Honoured at Discovery Centre Annual Gala

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Fletcher Geology Club visits Pioneer Club

Fletcher Geology Club members help out with the Kentville Salvation Army Pioneer Club

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Acadia Geoscience Students Rock the AUGC

Acadia Students take top honours in the poster and talk category in Newfoundland

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Acadia Computer Science Produces Top Atlantic Canadian Programming Team

An Acadia programming team takes first place out of 17 teams at the recent Science Atlantic (APICS) conference. On November 5 the team will compete at the ACM Northeastern North American competition, pitting the top three teams from the Atlantic Provinces against the winner from Quebec and the northeastern US states.

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Biology Students Show Well at Plant Canada

Megan Fisher and Jeremy Ross Get Honours at National Plant Biology Conference

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Acadia Professor Chair-Elect of Dietitians of Canada Board

Dr. Catherine Morley of the School of Nutrition and Dietetics to assume national leadership role

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Acadia Geologist Honoured

Geological Association of Canada Distinguished Service Award to Sandra Barr

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"Examining the Link between Health and Nutrition'

A Presentation by Dr. Sue Cunningham on the complex and synergistic relationship between nutrition and oral health.

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Acadia Does Well at ChemCon 2011

Acadia Chemistry Students Take Top Honours

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Acadia Grad Receives Morgan Award

Nutrition and Dietetics grad Valerie McPherson is the 2011 recipient of the Atlantic Region Dietetic Internship Award

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Leiter on Civility

Acadia CRC to Present on CBC Radio and TEDx Annapolis Valley

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Acadia Hosts Sage Days 30

Dr. Eva Curry of the Math and Stats Department co-hosts conference for mathematicians from around the world

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East Coast Combinatorial Conference

Acadia and AARMS combine to host the 2011 East Coast Combinatorial Conference (ECCC) May 4–6, 2011.

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Getting Pumped for the Dragon's Den

Nutrition students at Acadia University help with new product launch.

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Workplace Burnout Affecting the Best and the Brightest

Dr. Michael Leiter, Director of the Centre for Organizational Research and Development Comments on Workplace Burnout.

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Acadia Physics Dream Team

Acadia Students Recognized at the Recent Atlantic Undergraduate Physics and Astronomy Conference.

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New Grapes Needed to Keep Wine Flowing

Acadia Adjunct Professor Sean Myles' research says new grapes are needed to keep wine flowing.

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Robotics Competition Tackles Local Community Biomedical Needs

300 Middle and High School Students Descend on Acadia's Campus January 29, 2011 for Province-Wide Robotics Competition

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Acadia Geologists Studying the Bloody Creek Impact Crater

Potential site of the meteorite which may have been responsible for the extinction of Ice Age mega fauna

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