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July 16, 2019
MSVU food systems researcher recognized for her outstanding public service

Dr. Patty Williams, Director of the Food Action Research Centre (or FoodARC) at MSVU and Professor in the department of Applied Human Nutrition, was recently named the 2019 recipient of the Canadian Association for Food Studies’ (CAFS) Award for Excellence in Public Service.

July 10, 2019
NSERC-Promo Science Summer camp blends Indigenous and Western science for youth

A ceremony held at the Wikuom on the Mount Saint Vincent University campus on Monday, July 8, 2019 marked the start of the 2019 NSERC PromoScience Two-Eyed Seeing Day Camp. This is the second annual camp.

July 9, 2019
ACOA announces new $2.1 million investment in Centre for Women in Business at MSVU

The Centre for Women in Business will use an investment of $2,085,600 to develop and deliver an intensive management program called “Greater Heights for Growth.” The program will target women business owners who have built profitable businesses and are generating revenue of $1M or more.

July 3, 2019
From new student to "Emerging Leader Award" winner in one year: Meet Raf Mikhael Peligro

Raf found his way to the Mount from Cebu, Philippines. Now entering his second year of the Bachelor of Public Relations program, he says he believes he has found his path to success.

June 24, 2019
Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre and MSVU to launch new university access program

Made possible by funding from the Province of Nova Scotia, the Aboriginal Academic Access Post-Secondary program will bring university courses and academic supports to students at the Friendship Centre in order to provide a solid foundation before students transition to their chosen university programs.

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