Atlantic Canada could become a field of dreams for entrepreneurs, immigrants and international students. And if we give talented newcomers an incentive to move to the region and stay here, they will help build its economy.
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Friday, June 24, 2016
Students at nine universities across Atlantic Canada are checking their moods this March.
From March 14-25, students at participating universities are encouraged to use the MoodCheck app to track their moods. Twice a day, at random times, their phone will prompt them to check in and enter their mood, the activity they are taking part in, where they are, and who they are with.
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Nova Scotia centres for learning are hotbeds of entrepreneurship, collaboration.
Read the full article here: http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1342212-nowns-university-of-innovation
HALIFAX, NS – Nova Scotia’s post-secondary education (PSE) leaders give the One Nova Scotia Coalition’s Collaborative Action Plan high marks upon the release today of “We Choose Now: a playbook for Nova Scotians.”
HALIFAX, NS – Dr. H.E.A. (Eddy) Campbell, President and Vice-Chancellor, University of New Brunswick has been appointed Chair, Association of Atlantic Universities (AAU).
The Association of Atlantic Universities (AAU) today announces the recipients of the AAU’s annual regional awards for excellence in teaching and educational leadership.
Partnerships between the region’s Indigenous communities and Atlantic Canadian post-secondary institutions are bringing down barriers to First Nations’ students. However, participants at a recent AAU conference in Halifax were left with the sense much work is left to be done to realize the promise of untapped potential.
March 6, 2015
The following commentary was published in the Saint John Telegraph-Journal on March 6, 2015
By Peter Halpin, Executive Director, Association of Atlantic Universities