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Dal community supports Fort McMurray

From alumni offering their homes to individuals opening their pocketbooks, the Dal community has taken up the call to support Fort McMurray following the outbreak of devastating wildfires in the Alberta community last week.  Read more.

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Bruce Bottomley
Monday, May 16, 2016
See how a group of Dal medical students is supporting healthy lifestyles by organizing lunch-time running clubs at Halifax elementary schools.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, May 12, 2016
Martha Crago, Dalhousie’s vice-president research, was in Ottawa Wednesday alongside Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan and Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard Hunter Tootoo as they talked science with high school and university students and announced a significant expansion of the government’s marine and freshwater scientific staff.
Sarah Delaney
Thursday, May 5, 2016
Dal's Agricultural Campus hosted the provincial finals of the Reach for the Top quiz competition, answering questions on everything from math, science and history to pop culture.

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Nick Pearce
Friday, May 27, 2016
With Spring Convocation ceremonies about to kick off on Dal’s Halifax campuses, we asked one of our university staff photographers for advice on backgrounds, locations and general tips for capturing the best graduation moments.
Kelly Taylor
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
May is Caregiver Awareness Month, which recognizes those who care for a chronically ill or disabled friend or loved one. To mark the occasion, Dal hosted its first Caregiver Appreciation Day on Wednesday, with a lunchtime event for faculty and staff.
Matt Semansky
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Last week more than 130 leaders from across Canada came to Dal for the 2016 Canadian University Queer Services Conference, hosted by the Dalhousie Student Union.
Bruce Bottomley
Monday, May 16, 2016
See how a group of Dal medical students is supporting healthy lifestyles by organizing lunch-time running clubs at Halifax elementary schools.
Matt Reeder
Friday, May 13, 2016
It began as theoretical quantum physics research made possible by a partnership between Dalhousie and Lockheed Martin. Now QRA, the Halifax-based spin-out company based on that research, is developing groundbreaking software tools to help engineers around the world detect design errors in complex systems.