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Edgar Scott (BComm’57) was a man of highest integrity and was an incredible champion of student success. His legacy lives on after his passing, as his family, friends, colleagues, and students celebrate his life and the impact he made on others.
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?’
As a finance manager by day and a craft beer enthusiast by night, Matthew Boudreau (BComm’11) combined his passion with his profession when he became the owner of Serpent Brewing. Dal alumni receive 5% off food and beverage and 15% off merchandise through the Alumni Benefits Program.
Douglas Mackay (BComm’53, LLD’93) never forgot where he was educated, supporting and championing Dalhousie for seven decades.
Next Open Dialogue Live to explore how Dal researchers, partners are advancing ocean research, climate action
This free and open in-person and online event will offer insights as to how Dalhousie researchers and partners are working to preserve the ocean’s health as they bring it to the centre of global climate action.
Marie DeYoung (MLS’80) was a passionate leader in post-secondary library services and dedicated to supporting students. Her dedication to student success and her ability to bring people together helped inspire the establishment of the Marie DeYoung Bursary in her memory.
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.