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  • New president's awards recognize research achievement
    Get to know the inaugural recipients of the new President's Research Excellence Awards, which celebrate both early-career reseachers and substantial research impact.
  • Languages joining forces for Language Instructors Retreat
    Languages span the university, which is why the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences' language programs teamed up with professionals from the College of Continuing Education’s ESL program and the Centre for Learning and Teaching to hold the first Dalhousie Language Instructors Retreat earlier this month.
  • Service, support, impact: Meet the 2018 recipients of Dal's Rosemary Gill Award
    It's one thing to be there for students who need help — it's another to go above and beyond. Meet the four recipients of Dal's top award for supporting students ouside the classroom.
  • Perspectives on the opioid crisis
    As Canadians consider the crippling impact of opioids on communities across the country, we asked some Dal experts to comment on the issue from multiple angles. Hear more at a special screening of the film “Werewolf” (w/ panel discussion) next week.
  • Dal researchers receive $2.4 million in funding from SSHRC
    A dozen Dal researchers were part of last week's announcement of $158M of grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), leading projects to help provide a greater understanding of the world around us.
  • Grads profile: Taking the stage
    Five years ago, a gift from the Fountain family brought Dal's Theatre and Music departments together as the Fountain School of Performing Arts. Now, the first cohort of students to enter the program supported by the prestigious Fountain Scholarship are set to graduate.
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  • New president's awards recognize research achievement
    Get to know the inaugural recipients of the new President's Research Excellence Awards, which celebrate both early-career reseachers and substantial research impact.
  • Languages joining forces for Language Instructors Retreat
    Languages span the university, which is why the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences' language programs teamed up with professionals from the College of Continuing Education’s ESL program and the Centre for Learning and Teaching to hold the first Dalhousie Language Instructors Retreat earlier this month.
  • Service, support, impact: Meet the 2018 recipients of Dal's Rosemary Gill Award
    It's one thing to be there for students who need help — it's another to go above and beyond. Meet the four recipients of Dal's top award for supporting students ouside the classroom.
  • Perspectives on the opioid crisis
    As Canadians consider the crippling impact of opioids on communities across the country, we asked some Dal experts to comment on the issue from multiple angles. Hear more at a special screening of the film “Werewolf” (w/ panel discussion) next week.

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