We always say that our students come from unique backgrounds and that our graduates have the opportunity to pursue divers and rewarding careers. Jay Pooley (BEDS’08, MArch’10) is certainly no exception. Built on the foundation of creating things, Jay has built a diverse career steeped in the pursuit of creativity and learning.
At the end of their terms, Kaylyn Fraser (BA’09) and Joseph Macdonald (MBA’91) reflect on their experiences as members of the Dalhousie Alumni Association.
Food researcher Cassie Hayward (BA’19) says it will take community support to address systemic gaps.
Craig Jennex (BA’10) didn’t expect his music undergrad set him on a path towards becoming a scholar of the culture, politics and history of gender and sexuality in Canada. But he credits studying popular music with Jacqueline Warwick in the Fountain School of Performing Arts with inspiring him to think differently about his studies.