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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Wanda Thomas Bernard influenced not only academia but agency- and community-based social work practice before becoming the first female African Nova Scotian on the Canadian Senate.
Bringing the 200th anniversary to alumni and friends across the country.
For Lesley Brechin (BA (Theatre)'90), working in the Fountain School of Performing Arts gives her unique perspective as a Dalhousie donor.
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.
Posing in Dal 200 swag and reflecting on Dal’s 200th anniversary from Ottawa.
In the Winter 2018 issue, you’ll find: the story behind poet George Elliott Clarke’s creation of an epic poem to commemorate Dal’s 200th anniversary, one family’s experience with the innovative Early Psychosis Program, and profiles of future alum Jeremy Stroud, chemist Dr. Mita Dasog and VP Research Dr. Alice Aiken.