Solange Richer de Lafleche  –  Architecture, Events, Alumni & Friends
Thursday, October 12, 2023
Last month, the Faculty’s Dalhousie Architectural Press (DAP) and School of Architecture hosted an exhibition by alumni D'Arcy Jones and his firm, D'Arcy Jones Architects.
Solange Richer de Lafleche  –  News
Tuesday, June 13, 2023
Two professors from the Faculty of Architecture and Planning receive honoured acknowledgement.
Solange Richer de Lafleche  –  News
Wednesday, May 31, 2023
It is my honor to address our graduates, friends, families, faculty, staff, Mr. Chancellor, Mr. President, Board of Governors, and Distinguished representatives of Senate.
Solange Richer de Lafleche  –  Architecture
Tuesday, May 9, 2023
Four of the 12 CASA Student Work Showcase projects designed by Dalhousie architecture students.
Solange Richer de Lafleche  –  Planning
Thursday, March 9, 2023
Master of Planning Students from Dalhousie's School of Planning recently visited New York City as part of their International Field Trip (IFT) Cours
Anne Swan  –  News
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Earth Day is recognized as the largest civic event in the world. Since 1970, many important environmental events have happened, including the recent signing of the Paris Agreement and a global climate summit on Earth Day 2021. As the world turns to climate action, the Dalhousie School of Planning contributes locally and aims to foster and inspire planning for resilient, equitable and smart communities.
Anne Swan  –  Architecture
Friday, March 12, 2021
The Canadian Council of University Schools of Architecture (CCUSA) has initiated its first pan-Canada lecture series in response to COVID-related restrictions on traveling and large gatherings, inviting students and practitioners across the country to join the conversation.
Jeremy Sutherland  –  News
Thursday, December 19, 2019
Anne Swan  –  News
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Dr. Eric Rapaport, Associate Professor with Dalhousie’s School of Planning, assisted by alumni of the School of Planning and community partners, developed an online story map to illustrate the evolution of Dalhousie’s built form as seen through both Halifax campuses.
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