Donald Sobey, a native Nova Scotian who lives on the water on Northumberland Strait, has “a great love and respect for the oceans, either when they’re violent or supplying fish.” He wants to do whatever …
The couple established a scholarship that supports black Canadian and Bermudian students in recognition of . Jeff D. Edwards the manager and coach of all-black baseball team that played in Hugh’s town while he …
Faye Sobey worked in a research lab one summer when she was a student at Dalhousie. It was an experience not to be missed. And, thanks to a $1 million gift from the David and Faye Sobey Foundation, more students will get to have the same opportunity.
Dr. Jim Spatz, chair of the Board of Governors at Dalhousie University, honors the courage and resilience of his parents in helping to create an endowed chair in Jewish studies with his $1 million gift to Dalhousie.
Showing Leadership in Health Law. Through a $3 million gift, John McCall MacBain has established the MacBain Chair in Health Law and Policy to honour his late father, who graduated from the Dalhousie University Law School in 1951.
The late Dr. Mona Campbell was a remarkable woman. A great Canadian business icon and philanthropist, and one of the most generous benefactors in Dalhousie’s history, her $10 million bequest is one of the largest the university has ever received.
For Seymour Schulich it’s all about the students. The self-made billionaire and philanthropist’s precedent-setting $20 million benefaction to the faculty of law, now the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie, aims to make higher education more accessible.