Open Dialogue Series
Open Dialogue events offer opportunities to collaborate, challenge and otherwise engage in meaningful and thoughtful discussion. From mentorship panels to lectures to open forums covering current issues and historical events, the offerings will be as unique and varied as the subject matter.
Learn more about Open Dialogue events through these stories:
Exploring the aftermath of the Halifax Explosion a century later: A Dalhousie Art Gallery exhibition commemorating the Halifax Explosion launched with a panel discussion featuring experts from the Faculties of Health, Computer Science and Arts & Social Sciences.
Dental hygiene in the real world: This panel discussion featured dental hygiene alumni with a variety of experiences. The event attracted more than 75 percent of the graduating class.
Countering hate in the digital age: Shoah Foundation Executive Director Stephen D. Smith delivered this year’s Shaar Shalom Lecture, discussing the power of human testimony to combat hate in the global community.