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Simulation success: Dal IDS prof wins national teaching award

Matthew Schnurr's creative approach to in-course simulation learning has earned him the Brightspace Innovation Award from Canada’s Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.  Read more.

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Mary Jane Webber
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Dalhousie's new fitness centre on South Street in Halifax, set to begin construction this year, will offer brightly-lit fitness and recreation space for campus and community alike starting in 2018.
Matt Reeder
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Dalhousie has established its first full-time Aboriginal student advisor position and created an affiliated campus centre to boost support for students from Indigenous communities attending the university.
Lindsay Loomer and Jane Doucet
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien and former Ontario premier and MP Bob Rae were among the prominent attendees at Monday’s launch for the Dal-hosted MacEachen Institute: a nationally focused, non-partisan interdisciplinary institute supporting progressive public policy and citizen engagement.

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Sarah Delaney
Monday, May 30, 2016
Grad profile: Vancouverite twin brothers Nicolas and Salvador Pimentel went to the same high school and undergrad university, so why not take off for Halifax and the Schulich School of Law together as well?
Marie Visca
Monday, May 30, 2016
Grad profile: Salman Mohammed knew he liked numbers from his high school experience in his native Bangladesh, but it was at Dalhousie that he discovered the possibilities that Computer Science offered.
Sarah Delaney
Monday, May 30, 2016
Grad profile: Originally from Uganda, Philippa Ovonji Odida studies Architecture with the goal of helping create equality amongst social classes.
Monday, May 30, 2016
Read all of our profiles of Dal's newest grads! Spring Convocation 2016 takes place from May 30 until June 4.
Miriam Breslow
Friday, May 27, 2016
Students Salman Dostmohammad and Jude Long won the grand prize at the prestigious Blueprint 2020 National Student Paper Competition, earning the opportunity to present their ideas to some of Canada's top civil servants.