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A fortuitous find

A fortuitous find

Drawings by Group of Seven artist Arthur Lismer from Dal's 100th anniversary have been discovered in the University Archives — just in time for Dal's 200th.  Read more.

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Ryan McNutt
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Representatives of Iceland's Reykjavík University — and members of the country's team in MIT REAP (Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program), alongside Nova Scotia — came to Dalhousie earlier this month to learn about research and innovation in Halifax.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, March 17, 2017
For Dal's 200th, the Fountain School of Performing Arts is inviting professional Canadian composers to submit compositions for brass quintet as it seeks a new piece of celebratory music for Dalhousie — one that would be debuted at the Bicentennial Address and hopefully become part of future convocation ceremonies.
Staff
Friday, March 17, 2017
We're launching a new feature this week highlighting some of the presentations and decisions that come out of the Dalhousie University Senate. This edition covers the Monday, March 13 Senate meeting.

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Staff
Friday, March 24, 2017
Following meetings, surveys, town halls and recent campus budget sessions, Dal's Budget Advisory Committee has updated its draft report outlining measures to balance the university operating budget for the upcoming academic year.
Staff
Friday, March 17, 2017
We're launching a new feature this week highlighting some of the presentations and decisions that come out of the Dalhousie University Senate. This edition covers the Monday, March 13 Senate meeting.
Miriam Breslow
Thursday, March 16, 2017
A partnership between Dalhousie's Faculty of Management and the Government of Nunavut is set to help members of Nunavut's public service advance their leadership skills.
Graeme Gunn
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Get to know Heather Doyle, who as senior advisor, student success, collaborates with faculty and staff across the university to help students achieve their goals — in and out of the classroom.
Matt Reeder
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
As part of International Women's Week, Dalhousie hosted an in-depth conversation with Dal professor, social worker and Canadian senator Wanda Thomas Bernard.