Dal Alert!

Receive alerts from Dalhousie by text message.

X

News

  • The Conversation: The pain — and innovation — behind personal income tax
    In the 1950s, Canada made it easy for employees to file their income tax. Now let's simplify the process for others, too, writes Dal History professor Shirley Tillotson.
  • The importance of curiosity
    Shauna Bulman, president of the Dalhousie Science Society, wanted to use her Dal experience to broaden her horizons. For her, that means double majoring in Neuroscience and Spanish, pursuing a certificate in Science Leadership and Communication, and taking a semester abroad in Spain.
  • Considering the Marshall Commission's legacy
    Dalhousie professor Donald Clairmont served on the landmark 1989 Marshall Commission that explored systemic racism in Canada's criminal justice system. Last week, Dal and community experts gathered to discuss the commission through the lens of sociology and social anthropology and how the issues it raised still matter today.
  • Scholarship and performance showcased at annual FASS event
    The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences showcased recent work of scholars and others from across its departments last week during its annual publication and performance launch.
  • Friends of the Court — and of chimps
    Dal faculty contribute to philosophers’ amicus brief advocating for the rights of chimpanzees in landmark legal case.
  • Costume Studies instructor weaves community of support for students
    This year's winner of the DSU award for teaching, Anneke Henderson (Fountain School of Performing Arts) builds the sort of community that helps her students succeed.
View More

 
 

Recently in Dal News

  • The Conversation: The pain — and innovation — behind personal income tax
    In the 1950s, Canada made it easy for employees to file their income tax. Now let's simplify the process for others, too, writes Dal History professor Shirley Tillotson.
  • The importance of curiosity
    Shauna Bulman, president of the Dalhousie Science Society, wanted to use her Dal experience to broaden her horizons. For her, that means double majoring in Neuroscience and Spanish, pursuing a certificate in Science Leadership and Communication, and taking a semester abroad in Spain.
  • Considering the Marshall Commission's legacy
    Dalhousie professor Donald Clairmont served on the landmark 1989 Marshall Commission that explored systemic racism in Canada's criminal justice system. Last week, Dal and community experts gathered to discuss the commission through the lens of sociology and social anthropology and how the issues it raised still matter today.
  • Scholarship and performance showcased at annual FASS event
    The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences showcased recent work of scholars and others from across its departments last week during its annual publication and performance launch.