May 27 2015

Acadia Students Dig Up Wolfville History

It's springtime here at Acadia University! For many students, this can mean convocation, summer employment, traveling, or returning home. But it can also be an opportunity for interesting learning opportunities.

Each summer offers some truly unique experiences, from kayaking to archaeology. In HIST 2693: Field Archaeology, Acadia students literally dug through the layer's of Wolfville's history under the guidance of archaeologist Aaron Taylor. The course offered a special opportunity to develop new skills in a truly hands-on environment.
After conducting 10 days of field work outside Randall House Museum, where they acquired field skills and knowledge, the students returned to campus to process the artifacts in the laboratory.

In a relatively short, two-week dig, in only a small patch of the Wolfville landscape, the students unearthed hundreds of ceramic and pottery shards, dozens of nails, flint, a penny, and more, mostly dating back to the 19th century. It's surprising to see what kinds of things lie below the surface of our small town!

Photos: dig site
Photos: laboratory

May 07 2015

This Summer Sounds Awesome: Acadia's Summer Music Academies

Acadia's Summer Music Academies return this July with Concert Band Camp (July 5-11) and the brand-new Collaborative & Creative Music Camp (July 13-18), which focuses on expressing creativity and musical problem-solving skills. Summer Music Academies are primarily designed for youths age 10-23, but musicians of any age are welcome to participate.

In either academy experience, you'll enjoy a week of immersive musical learning on the Acadia University campus. You'll rapidly improve your skills with the guidance of phenomenally talented music instructors from across Canada. Students can stay on-campus in a comfortable Acadia residence, or join us as a day student. 

Register today or contact us with your questions. See you this summer!

Feb 05 2015

Spring & Summer 2015: Register Now!

Are you interested in continuing your studies this summer? Registration is open for all four on-campus Spring & Summer sessions, and the registration deadline for the Spring 1 session is April 17. Spring & Summer courses are available from May through July, and they provide a great opportunity for you to get ahead for next year or pick up a course you need. You can choose from a variety of courses across all faculties, and complete 3 credit-hour courses in only three weeks.

And don't forget, there are over 100 online courses to choose from, too. Online courses are the perfect option if you'd like to fit studies around your summer activities and work commitments.

Special note for BBA students:
Fourth year BBA students who plan to complete their BBA degree at Acadia over the summer have priority seating in the Business courses listed below. The deadline for reserved seating is February 27. Students must get approval from the School of Business to register.

BUSI 2233 Finance 2
BUSI 2513 Operations Management
BUSI 4953 Business and Corporate Strategy
BUSI 4963 Strategic Issues In Business
BUSI 3000-Level Courses

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