An open welcome

Dal's Halifax campuses were alive with energy last weekend as more than 1,800 future students and parents attended this year's Dalhousie Open House. (Plus: photo and social media highlights)  Read more.

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Stephanie Rogers
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Two years after joining the Dalhousie community, the Faculty of Agriculture launches its new plan to demonstrate how teaching and research in Truro are redefining our relationships with our world.
Staff
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Dal Security asked students, faculty and staff to stay in their offices or classrooms for approximately an hour and a half Thursday as a precautionary measure based on information received from Halifax Regional Police.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Making his first address to the Halifax Chamber of Commerce, Dal President Richard Florizone outlined the university’s emerging strategy for supporting the region’s economic development and asked government and business leaders to work with Dal to build a stronger Nova Scotia.

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Ryan McNutt
Friday, October 31, 2014
Two new vice-provost titles, including a vice-provost, student affairs that replaces the vice-president student services, reflect a more integrated approach to student support and university planning.
Mary Bateman
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Dal's Halifax campuses were alive with energy last weekend as more than 1,800 future students and parents attended this year's Dalhousie Open House. (Plus: photo and social media highlights)
Stephanie Rogers
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Two years after joining the Dalhousie community, the Faculty of Agriculture launches its new plan to demonstrate how teaching and research in Truro are redefining our relationships with our world.
Staff
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Dal Security asked students, faculty and staff to stay in their offices or classrooms for approximately an hour and a half Thursday as a precautionary measure based on information received from Halifax Regional Police.
Dal Libraries
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Sessions this week explore the impact of free, open journals on academia and scholarship.