In our first 200 years, Dalhousie has transformed from a local centre of learning to an institution with global impact. Key to that transformation has been our focus on research and innovation. “Tonight, we look to that future — to our next 100 years, to our third century,” said President Florizone in his remarks at […]
Together with our supporters, community partners, and government, we will significantly enhance the Dalhousie Arts Centre, including the new 300-seat Joseph Strug concert Hall, a Costume Studies studio, and more innovative practice and rehearsal spaces for students.
Nine Yards Studio, Charlottetown PEI, is receiving an Urban Design Award from the RAIC (Royal Architectural Institute of Canada) for their Urban Beehive Project. The project is receiving a medal under the Community Initiatives Award category in the 2018 National Urban Design Awards.
In a mini-shipping conatiner Mr. McPhail’s (Bcomm’16) new delivery-only convenience store, Snacko, is aiming to bring snacks to the doors of hungry customers across the country with just a few clicks on their phone.
Sachin Seth sees the irony of being a dentist with a sweet tooth. It’s his love of sugary foods that’s landed him a spot on season two of The Great Canadian Baking Show.
New Planning alumni are winners of the CMHC National Student Competition for Affordable Rental Housing
Lina el-Setouhy (BCD ’18), Chloe Espiard (BCD ’18), Mitch Gold (BCD ’18) and Juniper Littlefield (BCD ’18) are one of three teams to be awarded the competition’s top prize of $10,000. The group submitted their final studio project, “The Jetty: An Affordable Housing Cooperative”.
Nobel Biocare’s recent gift to the new clinic will help to position the Faculty as one of Canada’s leading dental schools. Students will gain access to leading technology and equipment to maximize their learning experience while in school. Alumni and other oral healthcare professionals who return to Dal for continuing education will also benefit from the faculty having this impressive range of new capabilities.
Janne Casson’s (MArch ’18) design, entitled Caregive + Caretake, was awarded Winner in the Housing for Aging category in the ACSA 2018 Designing Healthy Places Competition. It will be exhibited at the ACSA 107th Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA in March 2019.
Architects envision buildings, but they are rarely, if ever, the ones who build them. Peter Braithwaite is a unique exception. He not only has a knack for design but also a finesse for construction.