Mary's is one of the three larger universities here, the others being Dalhousie and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.
What does NSCAD stand for?
NSCAD stands for Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Nova Scotia Court of Appeal (Canada)
- Nova Scotia Curling Association
- Nuclear Safety and Control Act (Canada)
- National Strength & Conditioning Association Certification Commission
- National Small College Athletic Association
- National Soccer Coaches Association of America (since 1941; Mission, Kansas)
- National Soccer Collegiate Athletic Association
- National Security Council Advisory Board (India)
- National Soccer Coaches Association of Canada
- National Strength Conditioning Association Certification Commission (Colorado Springs, CO)
- Nova Scotia Civic Address File (Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations; Nove Scotia, Canada)
- National Specialist Commissioning Advisory Group (Department of Health)
- Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign Action Group
- National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness
- National Soccer Coaches Association of Ireland
- Non Spatial Conditional Associative Learning
- National Safeguarding Children Association for Nurses
- National Strategy on Child Abuse and Neglect (South Africa)
- National Steering Committee for the Advanced Neutron Source
- NMCI Security Certification and Accreditation Process
Samples in periodicals archive:
SHERRIE LEVINE: I came to New York in the mid-'70s, at the same time as a lot of recent art school graduates from CalArts, RISD, Buffalo, and Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and a good number of other like-minded artists and writers.
He attended Cooper Union in New York, but at the age of 19 he transferred to the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax.
IN THE '70S KOENIG SPENT SEVERAL YEARS IN CANADA, WHERE HE TAUGHT AT THE NOVA SCOTIA COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, IN HALIFAX, AND FOUNDED THE COLLEGE'S NOW WELL-KNOWN PUBLISHING PROGRAM.