Dr. Anders Hayden was interviewed for an article in the magazine Refinery 29 titled: "'I Don’t Deserve To Be Burned Out.' How Capitalism Complicates Rest." https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2022/04/10918535/feeling-guilty-resting-imposter-syndrome
Congratulations to Tobias Schminke on winning the Dal 2022 IMPACT Awards for the Student Entrepreneur of the Year. Read more here https://www.dal.ca/news/2022/03/30/impact-awards-2022-dalhousie.html?utm_source=Today@Dal&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=dalnews.
CSSD is pleased to welcome Dr. Andy Knight, who will connect the dots between the local (the recent truckers’ protests in Canada) and the global (Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine) in this lecture about our current period of flux, uncertainty, disorder and violence.
This year's edition features the work of seven students whose academically exceptional essays explore important topics and offer compelling arguments through insightful analysis. Students and faculty are invited to read the 2022 Podium Journal publication through a digital format.
Political Science professors Dr. Leah Sarson, Dr. Ruben Zaiotti, Dr. Brian Bow, Dr. Anders Hayden; History professor Dr. Denis Kozlov; Dr. Maya Elchler (MSVU), and Dr. Lyubov Zhyznomirska (SMU) share their insight from tactics to tragedy of Russia's attack on Ukraine. Read more here.
On March 6, 2022, Dr. Anders Hayden participated in a CBC Radio Maritime Connection call-in show about the question "Do you care where Canada gets its natural resources?" https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-99-maritime-connection/clip/15898884-do-care-canada-gets-its-natural-resources
The Department is pleased to announce that co-PIs Peter Berman (UBC), Sara Allin (U of T), and Katherine Fierlbeck (Dal) have won a CIHR project grant looking at the institutional, political, organizational, and governance factors that underlie the wide variation in the effectiveness of governmental responses to COVID-19. The $612,000 grant will use a mixed-methods case study approach with an innovative focus on how these upstream determinants influence governments’ effective activation of public health systems and capacities during a crisis. This study incorporates key CIHR priority interests in research to strengthen public health systems in Canada and spans across four provinces: British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, and Nova Scotia.