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Welcome to our news archive. We also invite you to stay up-to-date with our most recent news.

February 12, 2020
Centre for Women in Business launches online pilot program to connect rural women in business

Coffee Talk will help build relationships among aspiring, start-up, and established women business owners across NS, particularly those located in rural areas.

February 11, 2020
MSVU psychology professor explores the complexities of cognitive development

Dr. Michelle Eskritt-Keck highlights that a benefit of being a professor of psychology is that she’s able to fulfill her passions for both psychology and teaching.

February 10, 2020
Mi’kmaw Mid-Winter Feast unites MSVU community in a celebration of thanksgiving

The event is in its third year at MSVU and unites students, faculty, staff, and community members in a traditional celebration of thanksgiving. It’s also an important education opportunity.

February 9, 2020
RESCHEDULED: MSVU physical literacy program winter 2020 launch

Mount Saint Vincent University President Dr. Mary Bluechardt and program founder/director Dr. Sarah Reddington will join Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) representatives to celebrate the start of the 2020 winter PACE program. This marks the first session since an earlier pilot and will feature new equipment purchased with support from the IBC. PACE stands for Physical Active Children Excel and is a free weekly community play-based physical movement program for all children (aged 3 to 7).

February 6, 2020
Meet Jayde Tynes: New Black Student Support Coordinator at MSVU

As the new Black Student Support Coordinator at MSVU, Jayde Tynes is hopeful that her experience will demonstrate to students that opportunities exist in your own backyard, if you are open to them.

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