Headlines for alumni
Read about your former classmates and professors who are making headlines. Here, you’ll also learn what’s new at Dalhousie and we’ll share the latest big news for Halifax. Browse the most recent articles, or the most commented, and join the conversation.
Akram Al-Otumi (BComm'12) is among RBC's top 75 finalists for the Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards. Voting closes on May 15.
Al-Otumi makes Canadian immigrant award finals
Dr. Katrina Hurley (BSc'97, MHI'07) and Dr. Chad Coles (BSc'93, MD'97) join 16 Halifax medical professionals in providing healthcare to citizens of Haiti.
From Halifax to Haiti
Lee Cohen (LLB'80), the Maritimes' most famous immigration lawayer, will receive an honorary Doctor of Divinity on May 3.
Celebrated lawyer to receive honorary degree
Assistant professor Heather Doucette (BSc (Biology)'03) partners with Immigration Settlement and Integration Services (ISIS) to bring dental services to Nova Scotia's newest residents.
Dal grad holds dental clinic for immigrants
Kelly Pickerill (BA'13) wins $3000 as one of 25 finalists in the Research for a Better Life: The Storytellers challenge.
Pickerill wins $3,000 research storytelling prize
Dr. Anne Marie Ryan (PhD (Earth Sciences)'06) and colleagues introduce Dal's Certificate in Science Leadership and Communication, the first of its kind in the country.
Alumni behind Canada’s first science communication certificate
Dr. Tim Bardouille (MSc (Physics)'99) will develop new brain-scanning technology with the help of a $30,000 research grant.
Bardouille to advance brain scan technology
Casey Binkley (BMgmt'10) and Mitchell Lesbirel (BMgmt'12) win big on CBC's Dragons' Den.
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