Join us throughout 2018 for inspiring international speakers, celebratory events, community activities and much more – and let’s shape our next 200 years together.
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When Arthur McDonald discovered that neutrinos have mass, he fundamentally changed the way we understand the universe, which made him a co-winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics.
Supporting stronger communities with United Way chapters across Canada.
When Mary Anne White, OC, and Robert White (BSc’74) gave their first gift to Dalhousie, their intention was simple. They wanted to help a part of the university that was important to them: the library.
With the successful launch of the Fountain School, the time has come to build the physical infrastructure to support its new programming. Find out more about our fundraising priorities.
Dalhousie Coast to Coast will bring the 200th anniversary to alumni and friends across the country. Celebrate with us in your city.
In this Fall 2018 issue, you’ll find: the Belong Speaker Series, with interviews with speakers and Dalhousie thinkers about what it means to belong, a look at the new teaching and research facilities opening across Dal’s campuses, President Richard Florizone’s reflections on his five and a half years at the university’s helm, profiles of alumni Lynda Kuhn (BA’78), donor and entrepreneur Rob Steele.