From research to startups, read about what members of the Dal computer science community are doing in the world.
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?’
Dalhousie’s Faculties of Computer Science, Engineering and Science hosted the fifth annual Women in STEM Networking Event in Halifax this week, with Dal researchers and alumni participating in a panel discussion about their motivations for pursuing a career in STEM.
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.
Launched in Sept. 2020, this vibrant online community invites alumni, donors and friends of Dal to provide monthly feedback on a variety of topics, initiatives and Dal programs. Find out what Natalie Borden (BScPh’94) says about participating and how you can become part of Dal Insight Circle.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden earned international infamy when he leaked secret documents that revealed the extent of global surveillance culture. Last week, speaking via livestream to a packed house as part of Dal Alumni Days, Snowden discussed the rise of the surveillance state — and what a “digital arms race” means for our future.