Celebrating excellence in FASS
FASS gathered to celebrate excellence in service and teaching, and to honour our retirees
FASS students recieve awards at Annual Dalhousie Tigers celebration
Congratulations to all of this year's athletes, coaches, and volunteers!
Jessica Albee (French/Spanish) wins 2017 Prix du Consulat general de France dans les Provinces atlantiques
FASS student Jessica Albee wins two prizes at International Francophonie Day
Two Dalhousie political science students represent at Daughters of the Vote forum
Sarah Dobson (BA Honours in Political Science with a Minor in Economics) and Lydia Swiatkowski (BA Major in Political Science with Minors in Management and French) had the great opportunity to visit the House of Commons on National Women’s Day and took part in the Daughters of the Vote Leadership Forum.
MA in Musicology student Brittany Greening places in the Dalhousie finals of the 3MT competition
Brittany Greening's presentation on the importance of her thesis research on Patti Smith earned her a third place finish in the Dal competition.
Video recording of "President Trump: Now What?" panel event
This event, which was held at Dalhousie University on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 (two days before Trump's inauguration) featured two 75 minute panels with five speakers/experts on each panel addressing the lessons and implications of the US election.
Recently in Dal News
"Sea"‑ing change in ocean scholarship — from Confederation to our future
As part of a three-day event hosted by the Social Sciences and Humanities Oceans Research and Education network, researchers from across the university came together to discuss some of the economic, ecological, social and cultural ties that have shaped Canada’s interactions with the ocean since Confederation in 1867.
The experience of a lifetime for Dal's new Queen Elizabeth II Scholars
Six Dalhousie students are soon departing for Tanzania and St. Vincent and the Grenadines to spend the summer working on innovative research projects with local organizations.
A joyful noise: Morris Strug donates $5M for new concert hall
Last Friday, members of the Dal community gathered to celebrate Halifax businessman Morris Strug and his donation of $5 million to create the Joseph Strug Concert Hall. The hall, named in honour of his late son Joseph (a Dal alumnus), will be part of the planned expansion of the Dalhousie Arts Centre.
Activism on the airwaves
A fourth-year Management student with a minor in Political Science, Ntombi Nkiwane brings political and cultural content to incarcerated people with CKDU’s Black Power Hour radio show.