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.
Award-winning author Niki Jabbour (BA'95, Plant Science'96) publishes her second book, Groundbreaking Food Gardens.
Niki Jabbour publishes second gardening book
Former federal cabinet minister Jim Prentice (LLB'80), Q.C., endures pressure to challenge for the position of Alberta PC leader.
Prentice under pressure
SabrTech founder Mather Carscallen (BSc (Marine Biology & Mathematics)'09) eyes expansion into the international bioproducts market within the next two years.
SabrTech CEO eyes market expansion
Engineering professors Eldon Gunn (MA'75) and John Blake lead students to wins at the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Annual Student Conference.
Math alumnus helps lead students to success
Protocase Inc. co-founders Stephen Lilley (BEng'86) and Doug Milburn enjoy "double-digit growth" with the help of clients from NASA, Boeing and Silicon Valley.
C.B. company sees “double-digit growth”
Brian Cox (MBA'10, LLB'10) and Scott Hughes (BA'95, LLB'03) receive crown attorney appointments in Halifax and Yarmouth.
Cox and Hughes named crown attorneys
Dalhousie alumnus, Lesra Martin (LLB'97) helped in the eventual release of wrongly-accused boxer, Rubin "Hurricane" Carter who passed away on Sunday.
Dal connection to Rubin “Hurricane” Carter
Akram Al-Otumi (BComm'12) is among RBC's top 75 finalists for the Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards. Voting closes on May 15.
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