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Stepping up

From sharing Sikh culture to welcoming newcomers to Canada to organizing research conferences, Board of Governors award winner Hasmeet Singh Chandok touches several aspects of campus life with his leadership.


Love of language

A speaker of seven languages, Board of Governors award winner Aaron Taylor is just as fluent in bringing students together to celebrate the cultures of the world.


Sharing the joy of the game

Recreation Management student and Dalhousie Tigers hockey player Sarah MacNeil helps a variety of communities get into the game. Dal has recognized her efforts with a Board of Governors award.


All business

First-year student Kalab Workye's experience running his own companies earned him Dalhousie's Entrepreneur of the Year Impact Award.


Spring Convocation

Dalhousie will hold 16 ceremonies in May and June. Explore the convocation site for specific ceremony dates and times, and everything you need to know about convocation.

Rowe Building

The Digital Humanities Summer Institute (Atlantic) at Dalhousie features a number of workshops on Digital Humanities and a series of free public lectures from May 9 to 13.

Summer camps
Stephen Voss for TIME Magazine

Dal has many summer camp options where ages 5-17 can develop new skills, keep active and have fun this summer. Register now for Dalplex or SuperNova camps.

Help for Fort McMurray

Donate to the Canadian Red Cross Alberta Fires Appeal to support the community of Fort McMurray in this time of need.