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Asian Heritage Month 2021: Recognition, Resilience, and Resolve

Posted: 18 May 2021

A message from Dr. Ramona Lumpkin, MSVU Interim President and Vice-Chancellor:  “May is Asian Heritage Month in Canada and was recently proclaimed in Nova Scotia. This year’s theme, ‘Recognition, Resilience, and Resolve,’ highlights the importance…


Pets of MSVU

Posted: 18 May 2021

We’ve seen them and heard them on video calls. Tails flashing in front of webcams. Barks breaking up team meetings. Though some come with cat-titude and others are relentless in their pursuit of that next…






Let’s #GetReal by naming not numbing our emotions

Posted: 6 May 2021

From MSVU Counselling Services May 3 to May 9 marks Canadian Mental Health Week hosted by the Canadian Mental Health Association. This year’s theme is #GetReal, which highlights the importance of finding ways to name…


Red Dress Day 2021

Posted: 5 May 2021

A message from Patrick Small Legs-Nagge, Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs  Today, May 5, is Red Dress Day: National Day of Awareness of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People.…


MSVU Board of Governors approves 2021/2022 budget

Posted: 30 April 2021

At its meeting held last night (April 29, 2021), the Mount Saint Vincent University Board of Governors approved the University’s 2021/2022 operating budget. The process The goal was to develop a budget that focuses on…


Celebrating our 2020/2021 academic award winners

Posted: 29 April 2021

Each spring, we take a moment to celebrate academic excellence across all Mount Saint Vincent University programs. Though we couldn’t get together to do that this year, we wanted to put a well-deserved spotlight on…