Colin Levings (PhD’72) shares an update on his book tours in B.C. and Washington state and the book’s presentation in Russia this fall.
Divya Dola (MACSc’17) reflects on her decision to move to Canada to pursue further education. She’s worked with Boeing Inc., GEM Labs and now IBM.
Leo J. Deveau (MEd’84, MLIS’03) publishes a book, 400 Years in 365 Days, A Day by Day Calendar of Nova Scotia History, which covers some very interesting events and personalities in Nova Scotia history (some of whom include Dalhousie and Dalhousie graduates).
Suzanne Lively (BA’17) launched the The Friendly Divas Campaign this month to raise $15,000 to buy 500 Diva Cups for low income women in HRM. Fellow alumni are invited to join her efforts to collect Diva Cups and help support local women.
After graduating from Dalhousie’s satellite nursing program in Iqaluit and working in northern B.C. and Nunavut, Deborah Viel (BScN’09) is now a nurse entrepreneur living and working in Yarmouth, N.S.