Dal prof selected for NSERC team tasked with creating greater inclusion in STEM

Dal prof selected for NSERC team tasked with creating greater inclusion in STEM

Dr. Kevin Hewitt, a Physics professor and an associate dean in the Faculty of Science, has been tapped as one of three inaugural Atlantic Chairs for Inclusion in Science and Engineering with the mission to help change the face of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in the Atlantic region.  Read more.

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Amelia St. John
Monday, September 18, 2023
Consent Week organizers aim to build a better understanding of how to put consent into practice. Hint: It’s about better communication.
Shiloh Bouvette
Thursday, September 7, 2023
A mural designed by Mi’kmaw artist Tayla Fern Paul will be painted at the intersection of Larch and Jennings streets near Dalhousie this month — a project that brings together neighbours, students and the Dalhousie community to promote mutual respect in the area.
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Get outside: That was the prompt given to faculty and staff at Dal last Thursday as the university held its annual Summer Sociable. Cody Turner was there to capture the fun.

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Kiran Banerjee and Jamie Levin
Friday, September 22, 2023
The war crimes probe signals a new path for Canada that prioritizes international law and corrects past policy failures, while validating the experiences of Ukrainians, write Kiran Banerjee and Jamie Levin..
Emily MacKinnon
Friday, September 22, 2023
Douglas will lean into his talent of ‘going where the guest leads’ as moderator of this year’s lecture focused on democracies and climate change.
Kenneth Conrad
Thursday, September 21, 2023
As she progresses through an undergraduate degree in psychology, Gabrielle Close and a team of others have been working to evaluate the accommodations put in place to support blind students like her with the goal improving the experience for visually impaired students.
Stephanie Hurley
Wednesday, September 20, 2023
The inspiration for a new Dal-led website Abajignmuen — which means "giving back" in Mìgmaq — came from recognizing the hard work of students on papers and assignments in Aboriginal and Indigenous law courses and the potential value of this work in providing guidance to others in the broader community.
Stephen Abbott
Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Mackenzie Nolan embarks on her post-secondary studies at Dal this fall with a TD Scholarship for Community Leadership, awarded to her in honour of her extensive volunteer efforts helping wildfire evacuees and people struggling with food insecurity.