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.
Hollis+morris owner Mischa Couvrette (BSc'08) found unlikely inspiration during his Dal days.
The science of design
Dal alumni lead a transformational four-week summer program for the nation's best and brightest high school students.
Hosting Canada’s best and brightest
Many told Peter Burbridge (BSc'06, MBA'09) that his microbrewery, North Brewing, wouldn’t last. A year after opening, he’s still quenching Halifax’s thirst for craft beer.
Heather McNeill (LLB'94) will receive the 2014 Distinguished Service Award from the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society.
A commitment to service
Susan Eaton (BSc'80) prepares for a major underwater Arctic expedition, with her team of all-female ocean explorers.
Eaton leads all-female Arctic expedition
Nova Scotia names Catherine Tully (LLM'88) as the province's new freedom of information and privacy officer.
Nova Scotia’s new privacy protector
Omar Gandhi (BEDS'03, MARFP'05) has won the Canada Council 2014 Prix de Rome prize.
Omar Gandhi wins $50k prize
Sagar Jha (BSc'12) has helped the well-known SuperNOVA program extend its reach into communities underrepresented in the STEM fields.
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