Dal draft budget plan includes investments in infrastructure and student assistance; increases to international tuition for future students
The Budget Advisory Committee’s draft budget plan for 2019-20 keeps more money in Dal’s Faculties and service/support units, includes targeted investments in key areas such as infrastructure and student assistance, and recommends a four-year plan for larger increases to international tuition for future students (exempting current international students from these larger increases).
Building a more inclusive curriculum
What does it mean to diversify curriculum? It’s a conversation that’s top-of-mind for key Dal leaders as they look towards the university’s third century.
Meet the leadership team: Matthew Hebb, Assistant Vice‑President, Government Relations & Economic Development
When Matthew Hebb left government to work for Dal, it brought him back to his younger days and his connections with the university and the city. Now, in his current role, he helps strengthen Dal’s connections not just within the city, but provincially, regionally and nationally.
Meet the leadership team: Ivan Joseph, vice‑provost student affairs
As Vice-Provost Student Affairs, Ivan Joseph is here to help students succeed at Dalhousie. But his own experience as a student was marked by failure at first, until he learned important lessons about community and connection that would define his life and career.
Dal Budget 1001
With consultations underway for the 2019-20 university operating budget, read our crash course on where Dal's revenues come from, where funds are spent and how you can contribute to shaping budget priorities for the upcoming academic year.