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Fallon Bourgeouis  –  Student Life, Health Professions, Nursing
Thursday, May 31, 2018
As a full-time student raising two children, Alicia Jacquard has not only excelled in the classroom — she has been a key student leader in the School of Nursing.
Dawn Morrison  –  Student Life, Health Professions, Pharmacy
Thursday, May 31, 2018
When Kirk Opie crosses the stage to receive his Pharmacy degree, he will be continuing a longstanding family tradition stretching back generations.
Pat Lee  –  Dal 200, Student Life, Theatre, Arts and Social Sciences
Thursday, May 31, 2018
All year long, Dalhousie is sharing the stories of some of the important individuals in its 200-year history through the Dalhousie Originals series. And student performers from the Fountain School of Performing Arts — including several members of the Class of 2018 — have been key to making it all possible.
Eric Oliver, Allstair Hobday, Dan Smale, Neil Holbrook, Thomas Wernberg  –  Research, Science, Oceans, Oceans
Thursday, May 31, 2018
Marine heatwaves have had little attention until recently, but they're already having large effects according to Oceanography Professor Eric Oliver and his colleagues.
Jen Schwetje  –  Engineering, Graduate Studies, Convocation
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Graduating MEng Internetworking students Olayinka Oluwole and Arun Kumar share how working at the Sexton Design and Technology Library enhanced their student experience at Dal.
Stefanie Wilson  –  Engineering, Student Life, Convocation
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
For Mechanical Engineering student Stephen Robinson-Enebeli, the Dalhousie experience is about much more than what happens in the classroom, and includes co-op terms with tech startups and community work with organizations like Pathways Spryfield.
Ryan McNutt  –  Community & Culture
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
More Dal buildings than ever will open their doors for Halifax's annual free event on Sunday, June 3, hosting cool, hands-on exhibits showcasing robots, motion-capture technology, the future of fitness and so much more. And if something historic is more your taste, you won’t want to miss the Dal 200 exhibit at City Hall, site of the university’s original home in Halifax.
Nicole Maunsell  –  Graduate Studies, Convocation, Public Administration, Management
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
For Master of Public Administration graduate Calinda Brown, an interest in public policy is an interest in social issues. By going back to school to build on her career in politics, she's opened up whole new avenues to help inspire change.
Erin Elaine Casey  –  Student Life, MBA, Graduate Studies, Management
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
MBA grad Karah Lee’s adventurous spirit has led to big opportunities — including a surprising journey into the world of corporate banking.
Michele Charlton  –  Research, Oceans, Engineering, Oceans
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Mae Seto, an associate professor in Dalhousie’s Faculty of Engineering, has been appointed the Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Marine Engineering and Autonomous Systems — a new chair focused on fostering Canadian talent and leadership in marine engineering.