Chris Crawford (BEDS’04, MArch’06) is Director of Architecture and Interiors at Fathom Studio, an integrated design practice in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Enjoy this interview and follow the rest of the Pathways series as it unfolds!
While at Dalhousie, Amanda MacLean (BEng’19) was recognized for promoting engineering as a career for women. Being a Schulich Leader helped her build a network of support, and today, her outreach work continues as co-chair of Engineers Nova Scotia’s Youth Engagement Committee.
Kate Arpin (BSc’21) is conducting innovative scientific research that may help monitor and protect threatened species. The Schulich Leader Scholarship program freed Arpin to take advantage of exciting research opportunities that may not have otherwise been possible.
Jack deGooyer (BEng’21) is inclined to just go for it – and this boldness is proving useful and necessary as he experiments with photonic nanowires in his graduate studies.
Since training in paediatric dentistry and orthodontics across Canada, Dr. Christos Papadopoulos (DDS’13) is back in Quispamsis, N.B. to serve his community and provide orthodontic treatment to children in need as Atlantic regional chair for Smiles 4 Canada.
Social work grad Alex Sangha (MSW’13) makes a social impact through documentary film-making.
Vassy Kapelos (MA’06), host of CBC’s “Power & Politics,” is returning to her alma mater later this month to moderate Dalhousie’s inaugural Stanfield Conversations. Learn how Kapelos’ time in political science classes at Dal led to a career as one of Canada’s most accomplished political journalists.
As an Inuit woman and the first in her family to attend university, Sarabeth Holden (BSc’04) is no stranger to breaking barriers. Her latest foray into craft brewing is yet another example.
Doug Ruck (BA’72, LLB’77) will chair a task force on systemic anti-Black racism within the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He’s also set to lead an external investigation into systemic discrimination within the policies, regulations and practices of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society.
It took the creation of an Indigenous employee resource group for Karen Birss (MBA (FS)’20) to realize that some Scotiabank staff she has known for years are Indigenous. “I had no idea they had felt the need to hide that,” says Birss, regional vice president, Atlantic Region at Scotiabank.