Prominent former politicians (several alumni) of different political stripes gathered at Dalhousie Monday, September 30 to discuss the big policy challenges that lie ahead for Atlantic Canada.
Jaudat Adnan (BEDS’17) has been selected for the 2019 Arthur Erickson Travel Study Scholarship from the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. The jury was chaired by Peter Jacobs and included Brigitte Shim, David Covo, and Barry Johns.
The Associated Alumni of the School of Information Management are delighted to announce that M.J. D’Elia (University of Guelph Library) is the 2019 winner of the Outstanding Alumni Award.
The work and advocacy of Sara Austin (BA’98), a Dal Alumni Award recipient and member of the Dal Alumni Association Board, has paved the way for climate crusader Greta Thunberg and other children.
The 2019 recipient of the Schulich School of Law’s Weldon Award for Unselfish Public Service is Fred Fountain, CM, LLD (LLB ’74), a lawyer, businessman, and philanthropist and a former chancellor of Dalhousie University.
During her time as as receptionist and website manager with the School of Occupational Therapy, Michelle Mahoney’s generous spirit inspired students and colleagues alike. Now, they’ve returned the generosity in kind, establishing a special scholarship in her honour.
The Canadian Red Cross in Nova Scotia announced its 2019 Power of Humanity Award honourees: Dr. Jim Spatz (MD’74) and Mark Saldanha (BSc’19). The awards celebrate volunteerism, advocacy, philanthropy, and those whose leadership inspires others to pursue humanitarian goals.