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Meet MSVU’s new Counselling Services Intake Worker

Posted: 9 February 2021

Jane Gavin-Hebert joined MSVU Counselling Services as the Intake Worker in the fall of 2020. Jane, who is a registered social worker with the College of Social Workers in Nova Scotia, holds a Master of…

MSVU alum named Premier-designate of Nova Scotia

Posted: 8 February 2021

Mount Saint Vincent University is proud to share that Nova Scotia’s new Premier-designate is an alumnus of the university’s Business program. Premier-designate Iain Rankin graduated with his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from MSVU in…

What is a research ethics board and what do they do?

Posted: 2 February 2021

The role of the University Research Ethics Board at MSVU It is likely that you have read a study that has been cleared by a research ethics committee. The primary responsibility of the Mount Saint…

African Heritage Month 2021: A message from the President

Posted: 29 January 2021

February is African Heritage Month, and this year’s theme (in Nova Scotia) is Black History Matters: Listen, Learn, Share, Act. It is a theme that calls us on to ensure an understanding of the past while…

MSVU Business Administration program in HR management receives national accreditation

Posted: 28 January 2021

The MSVU Business Administration program’s major in Strategic Human Resource Management has achieved accreditation by Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of Nova Scotia (CPHRNS). CPHRC is the national association representing human resources professionals. CPHR Nova Scotia is the local member association…

MSVU’s new Strategic Plan: Strength Through Community

Posted: 27 January 2021

A message from the President It is with great pleasure that I present to you MSVU’s new Strategic Plan: Strength Through Community (2021-2028). Read the full strategic plan Read the highlights document I also encourage…