Spring 2023 Issue
The latest issue of Dal’s flagship publication is now available, full of feature stories about Dal’s thinkers and doers, ground-breaking research and change-making alumni.
In the Spring 2023 issue, you’ll find:
Hearts of Gold: Get to know the winners of this year’s Aurum Awards, Dal’s flagship alumni awards.
Turning the tide on climate change: The ocean is our greatest resource for slowing climate change. Find out how Dalhousie is leading an unprecedented multi-university research program to see if it can do even more.
Seeing the light: Learn about clean technology’s stellar future.
We need to talk about democracy: Maintaining sensible conversations on inclusivity, progress, and a better world.
Prepared to succeed: Dal’s Faculty of Open Learning and Career Development helps its learners level up their skills.
Profiles on Dal Alumni
Developer, investor, entrepreneur and mentor George Armoyan (BEng’83) has built not only multinational businesses, he’s also carried forward a family legacy that means even more to him.
In a new 24-hour Dal Magazine feature, discover a day in the life of Cindy Jensen (BComm’94), an international business consultant living in fast-paced Beijing.
Find out what motivates Andrew Ritcey (BPE’76, MA’87) to give to students in Dal’s School of Health & Human Performance.
Dr. Leah Ellis (BSc’11, MSc’13, PhD’18) is an innovator and co-founder of Sublime Systems. Her decarbonized cement seeks to keep the world building sustainably.
As co-founder of Jaza Energy, Sebastian Manchester (BEng’12, MASc’14) and his team are powering homes in over 100 rural African communities.
Dr. Becca Babcock (PhD’11) finds inspiration in the stories we use to understand our lives.
In memoriam: now exclusively in Dal Magazine online.
Found: A retrospective on the Dalhousie Alumni Association (DAA).
Research Roundup: Approved drug offers promise of potential antiviral. Seafood beats beef in nutrition, environmental battle. Social work scholar ranks top in the world. Weaving Black history into the Canadian narrative. Recruitment of new Black scholars to boost key academic priorities at Dal. Chemist wins award for science that begins with structural beauty.
Future alum Patricia Porto de Barros Ayaz is inspired by her own experiences to study migration.
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