A worldwide celebration
Join us for Dalhousie’s second-annual Global Homecoming, an exciting collaboration with our regional alumni chapters.
Each of Dal’s alumni chapters will host a Homecoming event, making it possible for alumni worldwide to take part in the celebration. This year’s events included a lobster dinner in Vancouver, a Canadian Thanksgiving in Beijing, an evening reception at City Hall in Ottawa, and much more.
At the Door:
Attend one of our Global Homecoming events and enter for your chance to don a Dalhousie scarf, enjoy your favourite drink from your new pewter Dal stein, or showcase your Dal pride on your desk with an engraved brass marine compass!
Across the Globe:
Event attendees across our Global Homecoming network will be entered to win a grand prize of coffee with our President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Richard Florizone when you visit our Halifax campus and enjoy a free two-night stay for four in our newest residence building.(Prize may also be redeemed as a four-night stay for two; coffee with Dr. Florizone contingent on availability).
Featured Events (More to come)
Join us for a West Coast Lobster Boil, Thursday, October 19 at The Pint Public House. Tickets include full lobster dinner, including sides and a pint; vegetarian option available. Learn more>>
Mingle with fellow Dal alumni and special guests, Dr. Frank Harvey, Dean of Arts and Social Sciences, and Dr. Chris Moore, Dean of Science with the spectacular view from the sixtieth floor of First Canadian Place on Thursday, October 19. Learn more>>
Celebrate being part of the global alumni community with great food, beverages, and special guest, Dr. David Anderson, Dean of Medicine. Monday, October 16 at Ottawa City Hall. Learn more>>
Raise a glass to Dalhousie’s upcoming 200th anniversary at City Hall before embarking on an optional, guided tour of the incredible Responsive International light Art project, Thursday, October 19. Learn more>>
On Wednesday, October 18 join us at a pub that would do Alexander Keith proud! Special guest, Dr. Camille Cameron, Dean and Weldon Professor, Shulich School of Law. Learn more>>
Enjoy great food, beverages, and company Friday, October 13 at O’Byrne’s Irish Pub. Learn more>>