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Introducing Dal’s honorary degree recipients for Fall Convocation 2016

Nursing research trailblazer Linda O’Brien-Pallas, architectural innovator Glenn Murcutt and ocean advocate Zdenka Willis will be receiving honorary degrees at Fall Convocation ceremonies on October 3 and 5.  Read more.

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Jane Doucet
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Last week the Dal-hosted MacEachen Institute for Public Policy and Governance welcomed several former parliamentarians to campus to meet with students and discuss various topics, including oceans, Nova Scotia’s economic future and careers in public policy.
Matt Reeder
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
On Tuesday, the Government of Canada announced nearly $94-million in funding through its Canada First Research Excellence Fund for the Dalhousie-led Ocean Frontier Institute, a partnership with Memorial and UPEI poised to propel Canada to global ocean leadership.
Staff
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
A Q&A about Dalhousie's involvement as part of Nova Scotia’s team in REAP: MIT's Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program, an initiative to help regions achieve economic growth and social progress.

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Jane Doucet
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Last week the Dal-hosted MacEachen Institute for Public Policy and Governance welcomed several former parliamentarians to campus to meet with students and discuss various topics, including oceans, Nova Scotia’s economic future and careers in public policy.
Staff
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Nursing research trailblazer Linda O’Brien-Pallas, architectural innovator Glenn Murcutt and ocean advocate Zdenka Willis will be receiving honorary degrees at Fall Convocation ceremonies on October 3 and 5.
Nikki Comeau
Friday, September 16, 2016
Last week, Dal’s science community shed light on the incredible biodiversity found on the university’s urban campus with a unique sort of scavenger hunt.
Allison Gerrard
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency announces $3 million in funding to support Dr. Chris McMaster and his team in developing drug treatments for what are known as "orphan" or rare childhood diseases that impact thousands of Canadians.
Staff
Thursday, September 8, 2016
As part of the announcement of the new Ocean Frontier Institute, we asked people to share why #OceansMatter to them on Twitter. Here's what they had to say.