Margorie (Magi) Nams (MSc’82) released her debut novel in November 2019, writing as Katie Ardea. With courage as its core theme, Braver Than You Know is a contemporary love story that holds a breath of fresh air, a whisper of grace, and an enthralling taste of suspense. Magi is also the author of the non-fiction […]
Dr. John Brewer (PGM’84), has been recognized as a 2019 recipient of an Award of Excellence. Dr. Brewer was also a former Dalhousie staff member as the Unit Director of the Family Medicine Teaching Unit from 1995 to 2005.
John Devlin (BA’73, BEDS’77) has an article on his Outsider Art published in the Cambridge University Press journal Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences. Also, he is being included in Ms. Rainaldi’s book on Canadian Outsider artists to be published by the University of Regina Press. Primarily an Outsider artist, he has recently been branching out into using […]
Rebecca and Paul Bailey welcome Gwyneth Alice Rose On April 2nd 2019, Rebecca (BComm’03, MBA’04) and Paul Bailey (BComm’03, MBA’04) welcomed their 2nd daughter, Gwyneth Alice Rose Bailey, into the world at the IWK Women’s Hospital in Halifax Nova Scotia. Gwyneth’s big sister, Mary-Grace (now 5) looks forward to all the fun and adventures she’ll […]
Paul Bailey – Discover Halifax’s Newest Sales Director Discover Halifax is pleased to announce Paul Bailey (BComm’03, MBA’05) as Director of Sales, International Market. Paul brings over 15 years of sales, marketing and business development experience to the Discover Halifax sales team, including a successful track record of creating and implementing business development strategies for […]
Annie Wnuck (BA’19), from Cheshire, Connecticut, U.S.A, will be going to Nepal at the end of January to serve 27 months in the Peace Corps. Annie credits Dal’s International Development Studies faculty with inspiring her to make this commitment.
Dal alum’s latest pop-science book: DNA Demystified Alan McHughen (BSc’76) announces his latest popular science book, DNA Demystified, forthcoming in spring 2020 by Oxford Univ Press. Details here.