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Greg (BComm’02) and Paula (BScN’04) Feltham are the owners/operators of Islands’ Villa Lewisporte, a beautiful oceanside retreat located in central Newfoundland on the coastline of Notre Dame Bay. Lewisporte is a scenic town that overlooks the largest Marina in Atlantic Canada.
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.
Mary Beth Doucette (BEng’04), a panelist at the Nov. 24 Promise Scholars event “Embracing Diversity: The Change We Need,” says post-secondary institutions can do more to welcome Black and Indigenous business students and make them boardroom-ready.
The Dalhousie Faculty of Management has awarded its annual Scotiabank Ethical Leadership Award to humanitarian Ruma Bose. This award honours a Canadian who has demonstrated exceptional character, moral courage and commitment to ethical principles.
“Women and minorities are still underrepresented in business and especially finance, which is to everyone’s detriment. I’d really like to see that change in the next generation,” says Katherine Brewster (BComm’05).
The Schulich School of Law and the Dalhousie Law Alumni Association honour Gail Rudderham Chernin (BComm’86, LLB’86), Q.C., as the 2021 recipient of the Weldon Award for Unselfish Public Service.
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.
During Alumni Days in late May, Dalhousie hosted a special virtual class reunion over Zoom to mark a significant milestone for grads from the Class of 1961.
The Aurum Awards celebrate Dalhousie alumni for their outstanding achievements and contributions in research and innovation, community engagement and leadership. This year, we recognize five individuals who are helping to build a better world through their work and generosity on a local, national and global level.