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University Avenue protected bike lane kicks into gear

Installation is set to begin this coming weekend on Dal’s cycle track pilot project, which will add a protected bike lane along the north and south sides of University Avenue from Robie Street to LeMarchant Street.  Read more.

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Matt Semansky
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Alice Aiken, who came to Halifax first as a naval officer and later to complete a degree in Physical Therapy at Dal, is now serving as Dal's new dean of the Faculty of Health Professions.
Matt Reeder
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Dalhousie President Richard Florizone is set to lead Nova Scotia's team in a unique global program designed to help regions achieve economic growth and social progress: MIT's Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program.
Staff
Friday, August 12, 2016
A renewal of the tripartite agreement between the Government of New Brunswick, Dalhousie University and the University of New Brunswick for five years will allow Dal to continue delivering its four-year undergraduate medical program in Saint John.

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Matt Semansky
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Alice Aiken, who came to Halifax first as a naval officer and later to complete a degree in Physical Therapy at Dal, is now serving as Dal's new dean of the Faculty of Health Professions.
Mary Jane Webber
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Installation is set to begin this coming weekend on Dal’s cycle track pilot project, which will add a protected bike lane along the north and south sides of University Avenue from Robie Street to LeMarchant Street.
Matt Semansky
Thursday, August 18, 2016
After more than 25 years as a faculty member in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Political Science prof Frank Harvey now helping lead the Faculty as its dean.
Staff
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Update: 12:24 pm - As a precaution, a number of buildings have been evacuated due to a possible security concern involving the Tupper Building.
Mary Jane Webber
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Dal is adding more options for short-term visitors to campus this fall, while parking availability overall is expected to remain similar to last year. Parking rates for 2016-17 have also been set.