Jen Powley (MPlan’09, MFA’15), activist, writer and tireless champion for people living with disabilities, has died. She was 45.
This year’s Open Dialogue Live series zeroed in on Dal’s research strengths — from food security and clean energy, to ocean research, health outcomes and innovation and entrepreneurship — answering the question, ‘How can we use these strengths to help solve today’s greatest challenges?’
Seven individuals appointed to the Order of Canada in late December have Dalhousie connections.
Dalhousie School of Architecture alumnus Brad Pickard (MArch’10) of Oxbow Architecture in Saskatchewan and Dalhousie Architecture Professor Emeritus Richard Kroeker have won an WAFX Award (World Architecture Festival Prize) for a powwow stadium designed for the Muscowpetung Saulteaux First Nation on Treaty 4 Territory in south-east Saskatchewan.
Barry Johns is an accomplished architect with 40 years of experience leading his firm, Barry Johns Architecture, located in Alberta, CA. Johns is currently a part of the 2023 DDes cohort at UCalgary.
The American Institute of Architects New York State (AIANYS) recognized the 2021 Honor Award recipients during a virtual ceremony held on January 20, 2022. Among the recipients is Kelly Hayes McAlonie (BEDS’92, MArch’94), FAIA, awarded the James William Kideney Award.
Together with her partner Georg Rafailidis, Stephanie Davidson (BEDS’02,MArch’04) continues to secure accolades for her firm’s work, focused on adaptive reuse. Davidson and Rafailidis have developed a cross-border practice attracting recognition internationally including the following awards and publications.
Canadian Architect has announced the winners of its 2021 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence. Dalhousie Alumni were well represented in the Awards of Excellence and Awards of Merit categories.
Dalhousie alumni across Canada and around the world inspired us time and again, despite the ongoing challenges of COVID-19. We look back at some highlights we were proud to showcase this past year, as we look ahead with anticipation to stories we’ll share in 2022.