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Turning up the heat

With determination and entrepreneurial spirit, Agriculture alum Jason Grant has turned his passion for spicy food into a hot pepper products business.  Read more.

Featured News

Ryan McNutt
Friday, December 4, 2015
Dalhousie marked "Giving Tuesday" this week with a reception in Halifax recognizing donors whose support makes a big difference in the lives of the university's students and researchers.
Mark Campbell
Friday, November 27, 2015
Zoë Caron (BSc’07) first took a stand for the environment when she was six years old. More than two decades later, she’s made some impressive headway in resolving issues of ecology, sustainability and conservation at home and around the globe.
Mark Campbell
Friday, October 30, 2015
Sharon Carstairs (BA’62; LLD’13) considers the dying the most vulnerable people in Canada. That’s why the former senator so focused on engaging Canadians in discussions about how we die. Her pioneering work has resulted in critical enhancements to palliative care.

Archives - Alumni

Miriam Breslow
Monday, January 25, 2016
Ram Raju, chairman and CEO of Kivuto Solutions, continues his longstanding support for Dalhousie and local entrepreneurship with a donation to the Norman Newman Centre for Entrepreneurship.
Robyn McCallum
Friday, January 15, 2016
Inspired by an organic chemistry class and his entrepreneurial drive, Engineering student Riley Giffen is following in his family's footsteps by starting his own Nova Scotian distillery, together with his parents.
Staff
Thursday, January 7, 2016
With determination and entrepreneurial spirit, Agriculture alum Jason Grant has turned his passion for spicy food into a hot pepper products business.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, December 4, 2015
Dalhousie marked "Giving Tuesday" this week with a reception in Halifax recognizing donors whose support makes a big difference in the lives of the university's students and researchers.
Mark Campbell
Friday, November 27, 2015
Zoë Caron (BSc’07) first took a stand for the environment when she was six years old. More than two decades later, she’s made some impressive headway in resolving issues of ecology, sustainability and conservation at home and around the globe.