Alumni reflect on their Dal experiences and where they are now
Alumni spotlight features Dal grads with a unique or inspiring story to share. These include alumni interviews arranged by the Dalhousie Alumni Association and originally published in the student newspaper, the Dalhousie Gazette. Visit volunteer opportunities if you’re interested in being interviewed, or writing an alumni spotlight.
As a student of IDS and Spanish, Ewart took advantage of the exchange program, travelling to Mexico and Cuba. These experiences fueled his passion for the developing world and led to his current position as Cuba policy analyst with Canada's foreign affairs department. He reflects, "It's hard to imagine where I will be in another 10 years."
The Gazette speaks with Dal alumna, Judi Rice in the latest edition of Alumni Spotlight. Judi shares her memories as a student athlete and why she enjoys staying involved with the university as an alumna. She is president of the Dalhousie Black & Gold Club.
You might know him as The Honourable James Cowan, Q.C. (BA'62, LLB'65, LLD'09) from his current role as Senator and Leader of the Opposition in the Senate of Canada. He spoke to the Dalhousie Gazette about what inspired him to get involved in public service, what he enjoys most about it, why he chose Dal and his advice for current students.
Emily Murphy (nickname: Murph!) graduated from the Faculty of Management with a Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) in 2005. Here, she reflects on her current role as administrative assistant on the development team at the Canadian Mission to the United Nations in New York City and her experiences at Dal.