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Putting the "extra" in extracurricular

Christie Silversides is this year's recipient of Dal's prestigious Malcolm Honour Award, which recognizes one student each year for outstanding and impactful extracurricular contributions in the community.  Read more.

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Janet Bryson
Friday, April 22, 2016
Anthony Saikali, this year's recipient of the "Live Well @ Dal" student wellness award, is the founder of the Dalhousie Medical Campus Response Team.
Matt Semansky
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Kalab Workye, this year's recipient of the Entrepreneur of the Year Impact Award, came to Canada as a refugee and has been running his own local businesses since age 17.
By Matt Reeder and Ryan McNutt
Thursday, March 24, 2016
At Thursday night's Dalhousie IMPACT Awards, five students will receive Dal’s top award for exceptional contributions or leadership in student life: Aaron Taylor (Russian Studies), Hasmeet Singh Chandok (Computer Science), Maike van Niekerk (Nursing), Jeremy Ryant (Political Science) and Sarah MacNeil (Recreation Management).

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Janet Bryson
Friday, April 22, 2016
Anthony Saikali, this year's recipient of the "Live Well @ Dal" student wellness award, is the founder of the Dalhousie Medical Campus Response Team.
Lindsay Dowling
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Christie Silversides is this year's recipient of Dal's prestigious Malcolm Honour Award, which recognizes one student each year for outstanding and impactful extracurricular contributions in the community.
Matt Semansky
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Kalab Workye, this year's recipient of the Entrepreneur of the Year Impact Award, came to Canada as a refugee and has been running his own local businesses since age 17.
Marie Visca
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
The College of Continuing Education hosted its fifth annual "International Perspectives on Science, Statistics and Economics" conference last week, which invites students from Dal's 2+2 programs and Science Without Borders initiative to demonstrate their academic writing and presentation abilities in English.
Katherine Doyle
Friday, April 8, 2016
Dal's Faculty of Agriculture celebrated some of its most outstanding students at its annual Student Achievement Reception, thanking those who make a difference on the Agricultural Campus.