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The Honourable Anne McLellan to become Dalhousie's seventh chancellor

Former Deputy Prime Minister Anne McLellan, who currently serves as chair of the Dalhousie Advisory Council, will succeed Fred Fountain as university chancellor this May.  Read more.

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Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
In advance of the first campus visit this week by the external Task Force on Misogyny, Sexism and Homophobia in the Faculty of Dentistry, we spoke with the task force's chair, Constance Backhouse, about its mandate and its work ahead.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Have the "STARS" simply aligned for Dalhousie? Hardly: the university's new gold rating from STARS, the international sustainability assessment and rating system for universities and colleges, reflects the hard work of individuals and groups across the university — in the classroom, in research, in campus operations and beyond.
Emma Skagen
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Tony Clement, president of the Treasury Board of Canada, visited Dal last week as part of a national roadshow to promote open data initiatives and to meet with students and faculty from Dal's Faculty of Computer Science and Institute for Big Data Analytics.

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Emily Colin
Monday, March 2, 2015
With a new certification from the Marine Stewardship Council and a new partnership with the Ecology Action Centre, Dal students will find more sustainable fish offerings at Dal's Halifax dining halls than ever before.
Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Former Deputy Prime Minister Anne McLellan, who currently serves as chair of the Dalhousie Advisory Council, will succeed Fred Fountain as university chancellor this May.
Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
In advance of the first campus visit this week by the external Task Force on Misogyny, Sexism and Homophobia in the Faculty of Dentistry, we spoke with the task force's chair, Constance Backhouse, about its mandate and its work ahead.
Amanda Kirby-Sheppard
Friday, February 20, 2015
In an initiative led by students in the Dalhousie/King’s Swimming Society, Dalplex will be piloting a weekly women-only swim session this term, responding to a growing need for swim instruction for women who are unable or uncomfortable participating in open or public swims for religious and/or cultural reasons.
Lauren Salim
Thursday, February 19, 2015
Dal's Faculty of Health Professions teamed up with the IWK Health Centre to offer students a fun competition focused on learning to work across health-care disciplines.