Part‑time Political Science Instructor Dr. Larrisa Atkison develops a new course 'The Politics of Pandemic'
Dr. Atkison features in Dal News talking about her new course in response to the current global pandemic. Read more:https://www.dal.ca/news/2020/09/17/pandemic-politics--course-explores-the-implications-of-our-momen.html?utm_source=dalnewsWeekly&utm_medium=email&utm_content=400&utm_campaign=dalnewsWeekly
Political Sciece Professor Dr. Ruben Zaiotti featured in Dal News
Dr. Zaiotti speaks on the pros and cons of the 'Atlantic Bubble'. Read more: https://www.dal.ca/news/2020/09/18/ask-an-expert--political-scientist-ruben-zaiotti-on-the-pros-and.html?utm_source=dalnewsWeekly&utm_medium=email&utm_content=400&utm_campaign=dalnewsWeekly
Congratulations to Political Science Professor Dr. Kiran Banerjee on his nomination as Canada Research Chair
Political Science Professor Dr. Kiran Banerjee nominated as Canada Research Chair Immigration and Refugee Integration
From Dal News
Ask an expert: Political scientist Ruben Zaiotti on the pros and cons of the 'Atlantic bubble'
At a time when many Canadian provinces are facing a surge in new COVID-19 cases, Atlantic Canada has garnered national attention for its ability to stave off any major new increases — thanks, in part, to more robust regional border controls. Political Science's Ruben Zaiotti explains some of the drawbacks of this approach and how it might be relaxed.
Pandemic politics: Course explores the implications of our moment
A new Dal course, "The Politics of Pandemics," is offering students a window into how global pandemics affect societies, addressing some of the most pressing questions and concerns of COVID-19 and beyond.
Ask an expert: Lori Turnbull on Erin O’Toole’s Conservative leadership victory
Canada’s Conservative Party elected its new leader this week, bringing a fresh face to the official opposition in Parliament and a new challenger to Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. We chatted with Dal's Lori Turnbull about O’Toole’s successful campaign and what a federal election with him at the helm of the Conservatives could look like.
Safe Assured: Positioning Nova Scotia as the North American leader in community pharmacy safety
The award-winning Safe Assured program began as an initiative to help Nova Scotia become the first province in Canada in which community pharmacies reported prescribing errors. Now, the Dal-led initiative is helping keep pharmacies safe on a national scale.
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.