Meet Dal's new Canada Research Chairs

Rachel Chang (Physics and Atmospheric Sciences) and Karen Foster (Sociology and Social Anthropolgy) join Dalhousie's contingent of 50 Canada Research Chairs, studying fog patterns and rural economic structures, respectively.  Read more.

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Ryan McNutt
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Dal researcher Derek Tittensor leads worldwide study concluding more investment is likely needed to reach international biodiversity targets by 2020.
Sara Daniels
Friday, September 19, 2014
Faculty members from the Fountain School of Performing Arts and Physics & Atmospheric Science are among the inaugural members of the newly formed College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
Melanie Jollymore
Thursday, September 18, 2014
This year's Molly Appeal campaign will support an expansion of the Maritime Brain Tissue Bank, improving an essential resource for neuroscience research at Dalhousie Medical School and the Brain Repair Centre.

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October 2014

Sara Daniels
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Rachel Chang (Physics and Atmospheric Sciences) and Karen Foster (Sociology and Social Anthropolgy) join Dalhousie's contingent of 50 Canada Research Chairs, studying fog patterns and rural economic structures, respectively.
Sara Daniels
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
NOVA DOMUS is a research exchange program bringing 12 top universities in Europe and North America and focuses on opportunities for PhD students, post-doctoral fellows and research staff.
Sara Daniels
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
PhD Candidate Catherine Bryan has been studying a significant influx of Filipino workers to a small Manitoba town, seeking lessons on how migrant labour affects both communities and the workers themselves.
Asha Katz
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Dal Occupational Therapy students bring their learning to life by collaborating with Custodial Services on programs and strategies to help university custodians work safer and healthier.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Dal researcher Derek Tittensor leads worldwide study concluding more investment is likely needed to reach international biodiversity targets by 2020.