By Ryan McNutt. Originally posted on Dal News. In 1979, fresh from a Dalhousie MBA focused on international trade and finance, Mary Brooks began looking for work. What she found were closed doors and glass ceilings. “At that point in time, the Canadian banking industry and international banking people were not interested in having a […]
“Continuous learning is my way of “paying it forward” – igniting in others the desire to always be better, do better. I reflect on the many individuals who provided me opportunities to teach and share experiences within a classroom setting, entrusting me to lead, create, develop new strategies, and contribute in ways that were personally rewarding and eye-opening.”
Master of Environmental Studies graduate Aaron MacKinnon celebrates the publication of his thesis as a book.
Walter Wallace (MBA(FS)’13), Senior Director, Transformation Management office, Group Risk Management at RBC, leads high performing teams that focus on delivering transformational change.
Tiffany Bartlett (MLIS’09), the new CEO of the Colchester-East Hants Regional Library, is thrilled to take over the position and to make Truro her new home. She’s been exploring the community in her spare time.
A new video produced for Dalhousie’s 200th anniversary showcases how graduates of the Master of Public Administration program (MPA) have been contributing to and shaping Canada’s public service.