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 alumni profiles include interviews arranged by the
Dalhousie Alumni Association and Dal Magazine, plus links to stories from other sources . Visit volunteer opportunities if you’re interested in being interviewed, or writing an alumni spotlight. Alumni
Once reluctant to inherit the family farm, Chris Oram (BSc (Agriculture)'11) now calls taking over his "proudest moment."
Embracing tradition: Chris Oram
A Q&A with Kyle MacDonald (BComm'09): entrepreneur, chapter executive, DAA board member and former student leader.
New chapter: Kyle MacDonald
His kitchen is tiny, but restaurant critics say Daniel Burns' (BA'98, BSc'98) culinary influence is growing.
Top chef: Daniel Burns
Bay Enterprises, owned and operated by Charles Purdy (DTech (Agriculture)‘71) and family, embodies the spirit of the 2014 International Year of Family Farming.
Keeping farming in the family: Charles Purdy
By getting to know neighborhoods and residents, pharmacist Peter Jorna (BScPh'08) keeps finding ways to serve communities better.
People skills first: Peter Jorna
Patent pending: three Dal grads partnered to create a revolutionary product for athletes and sufferers of knee pain.
Braced for success: Spring Loaded Technology
Stephanie Mark (BA'07) and the team behind The Coveteur take you inside the closets of the rich, famous and incredibly stylish.
The accidental entrepreneur: Stephanie Mark
An interview from Immigration Settlement & Integration Services with Alex Atiol (BA (Economics)'96), coordinator of orientation services.
A good and happy place: Alex Atiol 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next