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Engineering a different future
Mohammed Alqassab enrolled in university after a decade of working at an oil refinery in his home country of Saudi Arabia.
The language of friendship
Students Haruka Aoyama, Dania Shalabi and Delicia Marie Toro met each other and became friends in the first week of their English for Academic Purposes class. And that has made all the difference.
Experiencing summer, learning English
Summer may be a time for relaxing — but it’s also an ideal time to learn something new.
Five things you didn't know about the College of Continuing Education
Dalhousie is known for the diversity of its students, and the College of Continuing Education is easily one of the most diverse academic units on campus. That’s because the college develops and delivers educational programs for three very different groups.
Spotlight on sustainability at ESL conference
Third-year economics students from China tap into their English-language skills.
Helping police better understand terrorism
Dalhousie Professor Chris Murphy first saw an image of smoke billowing from the World Trade Centre’s North Tower on a TV screen when he dropped into the Student Union Building for a coffee.
A gift that will keep on giving
Honouring Ngena Bernard with the Memorial Transition Year Program bursary for single mothers
Language Support For DAL Faculty, Staff and Scholars
Long established as a centre of excellence in the area of adult learning, a new model promises to remake the College of Continuing Education into an institution that plays a new and different role at Dalhousie.