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Dal's IB&M Initiative receives Zenith Award celebrating diversity and inclusion

The Schulich School of Law’s Indigenous Blacks & Mi’kmaq Initiative was recently the recipient of a 2016 Zenith Award from Toronto-based Lexpert magazine, an honour that celebrates Canadian lawyers’ contributions in achieving diversity and inclusion in society and the legal profession.  Read more.

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Cheryl Bell
Thursday, June 30, 2016
For two decades, a partnership between the community of North Preston and Dal's Faculty of Dentistry has enabled local children to receive dental care in a community previously underserved.
Ryan McNutt, Matt Reeder and Matt Semansky
Monday, June 27, 2016
June 27 was Canadian Multiculturalism Day. To mark the occasion, we spoke with a number of individuals across the university about the concept and why it's important — to both Canada and to Dalhousie.
Caitlynne Hines
Friday, June 24, 2016
Thanks to Math Circles — a partnership between Dalhousie, Eastlink, the Government of Nova Scotia and Halifax Regional School Board — elementary school students across the province are getting to explore math in interactive and entertaining new ways.

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Cheryl Bell
Thursday, June 30, 2016
For two decades, a partnership between the community of North Preston and Dal's Faculty of Dentistry has enabled local children to receive dental care in a community previously underserved.
Jane Doucet
Thursday, June 30, 2016
The Schulich School of Law’s Indigenous Blacks & Mi’kmaq Initiative was recently the recipient of a 2016 Zenith Award from Toronto-based Lexpert magazine, an honour that celebrates Canadian lawyers’ contributions in achieving diversity and inclusion in society and the legal profession.
Ryan McNutt, Matt Reeder and Matt Semansky
Monday, June 27, 2016
June 27 was Canadian Multiculturalism Day. To mark the occasion, we spoke with a number of individuals across the university about the concept and why it's important — to both Canada and to Dalhousie.
Caitlynne Hines
Friday, June 24, 2016
Thanks to Math Circles — a partnership between Dalhousie, Eastlink, the Government of Nova Scotia and Halifax Regional School Board — elementary school students across the province are getting to explore math in interactive and entertaining new ways.
Matt Reeder
Friday, June 17, 2016
At Tuesday's Milestones Tea, Dalhousie celebrated its faculty and staff who've contributed 25 or 35 years of service to the university.