Nova Scotia’s first-ever Global Game Jam held earlier this year revealed just how much pent-up demand there is in the province for opportunities to experiment with video-game development.
Events, Here We Code, Alumni & Friends, Students
Spring brings growth. This year, that includes Nova Scotia’s tech sector. Throughout May, virtual and in-person events will highlight growth and opportunities in the province’s tech sector. The events are part of the second annual Here We Code Month, a month-long initiative to spread the word about the growing need for digital education—and its benefits.
Digital systems, programs and devices play a critical role in supporting different aspects of daily life at Dalhousie. We take a look at the university's digital strategy as part of our Third Century Progress series.
A total of 37 awards were handed out to individual students and student societies at this year's Impact Awards ceremony in recognition of recipients' impressive contributions to academic life, student life, residence life, and community service.
- Dalhousie University Students Create Online Game To Shift Attitudes About Accessibility
- Cognizant Commits $5.3 Million in Philanthropic Support to Expand STEM Education and Access to Tech Careers
- How an email you'd swear is from your boss lets hackers into your company's IT system
- Games for Good
- The Todd Veinotte Show July 19 12pm
- Siblings create app to help people caught in intimate partner violence
- Rise of digital sector forcing N.S. schools to adapt
- Pasadena high school grad earns scholarships recognizing community contributions
- Top Prospects: Leading innovators from the Class of 2022
- Phish, Phisher, Phishest: A ‘gameful’ awareness against phishing attacks
- Dalhousie study to examine brain fog related to severe COVID-19 infection
- Here We Code, Nova Scotia: Celebrating our tech boom moment
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