The startup was conceived to highlight the talent on offer at Dal and in Nova Scotia, and enable talented individuals to gain experience here. Chief technology officer Vijay Kumar (MEng’16) helped launch StuGig to assist others like himself find career opportunities.
Nine alumni share practical, inspirational and philosophical advice for the Class of 2017 as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.
Dalhousie alumni Beatrix Yuan (BA’15) and Kelly Lucas (BSc’15) are heading to Tanzania this summer for internships as Queen Elizabeth II Scholars.
Halifax is experiencing an incredible period of development and investment in its downtown core, including the luxury 22-storey Roy building, one of the city’s newest premier condo buildings. It was there that the Dal Alumni Halifax Chapter hosted an evening of light hors d’oeuvres, refreshments and conversation on the topic “Current design trends in downtown Halifax” with award-winning local architect Eugene Pieczonka.
Research shows that increased parental involvement in neonatal care improves outcomes for infants and their families. That’s why Dr. Marsha Campbell-Yeo (BN’87, MN’99) of Dal’s School of Nursing is collaborating with peers at the IWK Health Centre and other partners on a new virtual platform — one that just received a $3M investment from the Government of Canada.