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.
Mary Ann Fickes (BScN ’55) has certainly seen a lot of change during her career, but one thing has remained constant: her care and concern for patients, and her strong belief in advocacy.
The Schulich School of Law and the Dalhousie Law Alumni Association are proud to announce that the Honourable Corrine Sparks (LLB ’79, LLM ’01) is the 2020 recipient of the Weldon Award.
Meet Dr. Brian R. Johnston (BSc’88, MD’92, PGM’98): Dalhousie Alumni Association president, thoracic surgeon, father to a Dal alumna (Emma) and current Dal Commerce student (Adam), husband to Lisa (BSc ’88, BScOT ’91), mentor and community leader.
This past Spring new grad Alex Glista (MPlan ’20) found himself walking across a virtual stage into an uncertain future. Like most new grads across the country and due to widespread pandemic restrictions, Alex was faced with a slow job market and limited networking opportunities. When the opportunity for a passion project emerged, Alex jumped on it! And in true Dal Planning style, the project is very unique – Alex was the successful bidder on a decommissioned 1981 TTC streetcar!