Our virtual hub offers access to recordings of past events, current podcasts, faculty YouTube channels and digital magazines. Browse the offerings below and never miss an episode or issue!

Past Events

Watch recordings of past events, including our signature series Open Dialogue Live.

Open Dialogue Live: Open Dialogue and Open Dialogue Live events are a chance to learn from and engage with Dal researchers, faculty, alumni and students. The events cover current and timely issues, bringing perspectives from Dal experts on the topic of conversation.

Coffee Chats with President Deep Saini: Coffee Chat is an inspirational virtual conversation on leadership. Dalhousie President, Dr. Deep Saini and special guests come together to discuss how challenging situations can strengthen your approach to leadership.

The Deep Dive: The Deep Dive offers a fresh look at #DalhousieU through the eyes of Dr. Deep Saini, our 12th president and vice-chancellor. Throughout this ongoing series, you’ll meet the inspiring people who push boundaries and inspire change — on our campuses, in our communities and around the world.

Dalhousie Originals: The story of Dalhousie’s 200 years (1818-2018) evolves from the stories of our people — the pioneers, innovators, creators and thinkers whose contributions and actions have made us what we are today. These are our graduates, faculty, students, staff and friends. And, collectively, they are the Dalhousie Originals.

200th Celebrations: Dalhousie marked its 200th anniversary in 2018. This playlist shares events and programs – from marquee speakers who challenged us to think about today’s most important issues to original theatre and music, to family activities that welcomed the entire community.

reimagine NS: 2020 brought its share of challenges. This panel series discussed what a reimagined future could look like for Nova Scotia? We put academic and community experts together with access to the best research and data available and see what opportunities are possible for Nova Scotia.

Speak Truth to Power (HRES) : Diversity, equity and inclusiveness are part of #DalhousieU’s core values. It is within this context that we acknowledge the anger, pain, fear, frustration and anxiety that so many are experiencing in response to the unjust racial tragedies experienced by Black people in North America and beyond.

Podcasts

Listen to podcasts featuring our leadership, faculty, researchers and alumni.

The Refuge: The Child and Youth Refugee Research Coalition (CYRRC) is a Canadian network of researchers and community partners working together to better understand what helps young refugees settle in Canada. The Refuge is a podcast to share their learnings with a greater number of service providers and the public.

Sciographies: Sciographies is a podcast produced by the Faculty of Science. The show introduces listeners to the scientific community at Dal. Each episode explores events in the guest’s life that led to a career in science, while also exploring their research.

The Deep Dive: The Deep Dive offers a fresh look at #DalhousieU through the eyes of Dr. Deep Saini, our 12th president and vice-chancellor. Throughout this ongoing series, you’ll meet the inspiring people who push boundaries and inspire change — on our campuses, in our communities and around the world.

GDP – The Global Development Primer (Bob Huish): The podcast about all issues in International Development Studies hosted by International Development Studies professor Dr. Bob Huish. The podcast covers the basics of International Development, while featuring the work of researchers and practitioners from around the world.

DAL Review 101 (Together@Dal): Get inspired and get advice from senior Dalhousie students and Alumni. This podcast is created for students by students. In earlier episodes, guests share details of their achievements, successes, and journeys, as well as tips, advice, and more!

Fac Dev Lounge (Faculty of Medicine): A casual online conversation about the facts and opinions affecting our faculty’s development at Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick and beyond.

Dallaire Institute Podcast: A podcast series produced by the Dallaire Institute for Children, Peace and Security that brings together subject matter experts on the recruitment and use of children in conflicts, combined with individual testimonies, and all those interested in ending the recruitment and use of children in conflict through in-depth interviews and storytelling.

SuperNOVA: A podcast for kids, parents, and educators!

Faculty and Research Videos

Watch videos from our research institutes and our faculties.

Dal Science: Watch videos from the Faculty of Science, including events and explainers.

Dal Libraries: Watch videos of past events and learn how to use the library’s services.

Dal Health: Watch featured interviews and past events from the Faculty of Health.

Dal Faculty of Open Learning & Career Development: Watch webinars explaining offerings from the Faculty of Open Learning & Career Development. Some programs include discounts for alumni.

Dal Dentistry: Watch featured interviews and past events from the Faculty of Dentistry.

Schulich School of Law: Watch videos of past events from the Schulich School of Law.

Office of Research Services: Watch featured interviews with Dalhousie researchers.

SuperNOVA: Watch videos of SuperNOVA’s STEM programming for youth, including footage from their OpenROV Trident submersible, Polaris!

MacEachen Institute: Watch videos of past events from The MacEachen Institute for Public Policy and Governance at Dalhousie University. The MacEachen Institute is a nationally focused, non-partisan, interdisciplinary institute designed to support the development of progressive public policy and to encourage greater citizen engagement.

Dallaire Institute: Watch videos of past events from The Dallaire Institute for Children, Peace, and Security. The Dallaire Institute wants to bring the perspective of the security sector to the issue of child soldiery, while equipping them with the training and tools to prevent the recruitment and use of child soldiers worldwide.

Faculty Magazines

Read the latest Faculty alumni magazines and past issues.

Agricola – Faculty of Agriculture: Published twice a year, the Agricola News magazine is an essential link for the Faculty of Agriculture community.

Alumni Anchor – Dentistry: Published annually, the magazine feature news and stories from the Faculty of Dentistry community.

Engineering: Published twice a year, Engineering magazine is your connection to the Faculty of Engineering community.

Hearsay – Law: Hearsay is the annual alumni magazine for the Schulich School of Law. It’s a great way to catch-up on law school news and find out what’s happening in the Weldon community.

VoxMeDAL – Medicine : VoxMeDAL features the latest information and stories on Dalhousie Medical School’s students and alumni. The magazine features inspirational stories about medical alumni who are making an impact, provides information on new innovations in medicine and highlights upcoming events.