Alumni appointed to Bench Theresa (Wakeham) McDonald , B.A. (’76), JD (’80) was appointed to the Provincial Court of Manitoba in October 2018. She was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1998, inducted into the Bertha Wilson Honour Society in 2012 (Schulich School of Law), in 2015 received the Equality Award of the Manitoba Bar Association and […]
Mehnaaz Momen (MPA’97) has published a book “Political Satire, Postmodern Reality, and the Trump Presidency: Who Are We Laughing At?” The book attempts to grasp the recent paradigm shift in American politics through the lens of satire.
Shauntay Grant premieres The Bridge at Neptune Theatre Shauntay Grant (BMUS’02) premieres her new play The Bridge at Neptune Theatre’s Fountain Hall in January, a 2b theatre company and Neptune Theatre co-production in association with Obsidian Theatre Company. Grant is an Assistant Professor in Dalhousie’s Department of English (Creative Writing Program), a former Halifax poet […]
Dal Pride in Scotland Sascha Hooker (PhD’99) and Luke Rendell (PhD’04) are both on faculty at the University of St. Andrews and study marine mammals. At a recent convocation ceremony at St. Andrews, Dr. Rendell was there to support the MSc cohort and Dr. Hooker was there to be invested in a highly prestigious professorship. […]
Faten Alshazly recognized nationally and internationally November has been quite the month for Halifax-based entrepreneur, mentor and CCO of WeUsThem, Faten Alshazly. Faten has been named, for a second time, Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women, this year as a Trendsetter and a Trailblazer. In addition, just a week ago, Faten was also named the […]
Tory S. Thorkelson’s updates and achievements Tory S. Thorkelson, (BA’90) recently completed a Doctorate of Language Studies (Charter University) and is a regular contributor to EFL Magazine. As of September 1st, 1998 he has been teaching for 20 years at Hanyang University’s Seoul Campus. He is an Associate Professor in the English Language and Literature […]