NS budget brings new investments in Dal programs, research, facilities
Dal President Deep Saini welcomes new spending from the Province of Nova Scotia, including for ovarian cancer research, supporting underrepresented communities in some of Dal’s professional programs, and deferred maintenance.
From apology to action: Moving forward on Lord Dal Panel recommendations
Last fall, Dalhousie received the Lord Dalhousie Panel’s scholarly report and apologized for its namesake’s views and actions on race and slavery. That was just the beginning of a larger process of reconciling with the past and building a stronger future – a process overseen by Vice-Provost Equity and Inclusion Theresa Rajack-Talley.
In others' words: Colleagues, old and new, on Dal President Deep Saini
Hear from some of Dr. Saini's past and present colleagues about him taking on the Dal presidency as he begins his term.
Getting to know Deep: A Q&A with Dal's new president
Dr. Deep Saini arrives at Dalhousie this week ready to help lead the university into its third century. Hear from Dr. Saini in our feature video and read our Q&A interview about his background, his perspective and what Dalhousie can expect from his leadership going forward.
Former federal cabinet minister and Dal Commerce alum Scott Brison appointed as university chancellor
One of Atlantic Canada’s most accomplished public servants, the Honourable Scott Brison has been chosen by Dalhousie’s Board of Governors to serve as the university’s eighth chancellor, beginning his term in May 2020.