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All in the family: A sibling surprise at convocation

Kaylyn Fraser (BA’09), co-chair of Dal’s London alumni chapter, wasn’t about to miss her brother Cameron’s own graduation from Dal this week — so she made a surprise visit from across the pond to Halifax to officially welcome him into the Dal Alumni family.  Read more.

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Ryan McNutt
Thursday, April 28, 2016
After completing her PhD at Dalhousie in 1978, Kathryn Sullivan became the first American woman to walk in space. Now one of the most senior science administrators in the U.S. government, Dr. Sullivan returned to campus this week to meet with students and talk about different ways of looking at our planet.
Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Art McDonald, two-time Dal alum and co-recipient of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics, returned to campus Monday night to talk with students, faculty and community members about his groundbreaking research into the fundamental building blocks of the universe.
Cheryl Bell
Monday, April 4, 2016
Sisters and Dal Dentistry alumni Asile and Asraa El-Darahali speak about their experiences providing dental care for refugees at the Syria/Jordan border.

Archives - Alumni

Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Dalhousie community contributes more than 1,000 kg of much-needed food supplies to Feed Nova Scotia, responding to the organization's urgent call for donations.
Matt Reeder
Friday, July 22, 2016
Recent Dal Computer Science grad Kardam Tiwari wants you to forget your passwords — for good. His startup SWAP Innovations, which recently completed the LaunchPad Dal accelerator program, is developing a method for authenticating online transactions using fingerprints.
Friday, July 22, 2016
Lara Lewis, Fountain School of Performing Arts alum, speaks about the meaning of Pride as the university celebrates Dalhousie Pride Week.
Matt Reeder
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Units across the university have come together to organize a food drive for Feed Nova Scotia, which announced earlier this month that it faces a critical shortage of food to support Nova Scotians in need.
Michele Charlton
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
On Monday, Federal Minster of Science Kirsty Duncan launched an independent review of federal funding for fundamental science, led by an expert panel of nine including Martha Crago, Dalhousie’s vice-president research, and Dal alumnus and Nobel Prize winner Art McDonald.