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. The awards celebrate volunteerism, advocacy, philanthropy, and those whose leadership inspires others to pursue humanitarian goals. Both of this year’s honourees are Dalhousie alumni! They are: Dr. Jim Spatz – 2019 Humanitarian Award Recipient Mark Saldanha – 2019 Young Humanitarian […]
A team consisting of Dalhousie architecture alumna Adrienne Gerrits (MArch ’16), and Amber Kilborn (MArch ’16) is a recipient of the RAIC Foundation’s annual bursary: the College of Fellows Centennial Fund.
Design Exchange (DX), in partnership with RBC Foundation, has announced Toronto’s Studio for Architecture & Collaboration (StudioAC) the winner of the 2019 RBC Canadian Emerging Designer Competition. Founded in 2015 and led by led by Andrew Hill (MArch ’12) and Jennifer Kudlats (MArch ’10), Studio for Architecture & Collaboration is an interdisciplinary architectural practice with an initiative to produce impactful architecture that speaks to its context at a multitude of scales.