Political Science alumna, Sarah Dobson, is now published in the Career Minded special edition issue of The Coast
Sarah Dobson featured for FASS in The Coast's Career Minded special edition. For more information https://www.thecoast.ca/halifax/dalhousie-universitys-faculty-of-arts-and-social-sciences-opportunities-around-every-corner/Content?oid=23516977
Celebrating 50 political women
Article featuring Political Science department Alumni Sarah Dobson, Read more here: https://dalgazette.com/news/celebrating-50-political-women/
PhD candidate Julia Rodgers in Today@dal
PhD candidate Julia Rodgers published in the Today@dal, “Brand Versus Reality: Trudeau’s Style of Governing Must Now Change” https://www.dal.ca/news/2019/11/12/brand-versus-reality--trudeau-s-style-of-governing-must-now-chan.html?utm_source=Today@Dal&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=dalnews
Herald commentary by undergraduate political science student
Political science undergraduate student Noel Guscott's op-ed published by the Chronicle Herald. Read more here: https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/opinion/local-perspectives/commentary-ottawa-offloads-national-hunger-problem-to-food-banks-charities-369494/
Memorial for political science alumus Thomas Hines.
The faculty and staff of the department of political science lament on the passing of our former student Thomas Hines. Here is the obituary in the Chronicle Herald: https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/obituaries/thomas-james-guy-hines-27666/?fbclid=IwAR3LJGd4lM7YbSl6C2oncwDIQgYRm4rTExLjm8NhgtW44CwkT7PLtqlGmzs
Leah Sarson interview on G7 summit
CSSD faculty fellow Leah Sarson was interviewed on the G7 summit in Biarritz, for CTV News: https://www.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1763961
Interview of Adjunct Professor Jean‑Francois Savard
Interview with the SignalHFX on new federal cabinet member for Nova Scotia
From Dal News
Paving the way for young women in politics
With their new book, two Dal students are doing more than shining a light on women in Nova Scotia politics. Thanks to a fundraising campaign, they're also aiming to help their fellow students as well.
Representation matters: Dal students working on book about Nova Scotia’s 50 female MLAs
Sarah Dobson and Grace Evans are helping capture the experiences of Nova Scotia's female MLAs in a new book targeted for release in early 2020.
Brand versus reality: Trudeau’s style of governing must now change
Justin Trudeau will have change his style of governing in the new minority government, writes Political Science PhD student Julia Rodgers. Working in a co-operative government with other political parties could diminish executive dominance.
Will Canada's young voters turn out or tune out?
For the first time, Canada's young voters make up a majority of the potential electorate — but whether they'll be motivated to head to the polls this month like they did four years ago is still an open question.
The female perspective: Dal PhD candidate studies women in the Canadian Armed Forces
Political Science PhD candidate Andrea Lane is shining a light on women in the Canadian Armed Forces, with research examining how female soldiers integrate into a traditionally male-dominated military culture.