Each semester you will find Acadia co-op students hard at work applying classroom learning to a ‘real world’ setting, representing both their respective departments and Acadia University.

To fulfill co-op requirements, students are required to deliver a 12-minute presentation to summarize their experiences, articulate connections to their degree program, and reflect on their own professional development.

Please join me to support the following students and learn more about co-op opportunities first-hand. Refreshments will be served!


Date: Friday January 26, 2018

Time: 2:30 – 4:00pm

Location: Carnegie Hall, Room 113


My JSOCS Work Term Experience

Kelvin Lawson, Jodrey School of Computer Science, Wolfville, NS

A Taste of Software Development at Every Level

Donald McPhee, Diabsolut, Pointe-Claire, QC

Remote Site Monitoring System

Samia Sifat, Inc., Dartmouth, NS

ZiiZii – A Mobile Ordering Solution

Bailey Pollard, Novex Software Development Inc., New Minas, NS

Visualizing Weather Trends Through Machine Learning

Ryan Gorringe, Acadia Institute for Data Analytics, Wolfville, NS


Christina McRae, MA

Co-op Coordinator

Co-operative Education

Computer Science, Arts, Psychology,
and Community Development programs
Rhodes Hall, Office 6


t. 902 585-1691

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