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Aishwarya Shrestha  –  Here We Code
Monday, November 6, 2023
The first-ever Here We Code Tech Career Fair was held on Dalhousie University’s campus, marking a significant milestone in the university's commitment to nurturing the next generation of tech leaders.
Friday, April 14, 2023
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.
SaltWite  –  Here We Code, Outreach
Monday, January 23, 2023
The ‘Here We Code’ campaign – a collaborative tech-positive movement – seeks to drive the evolution of digital innovation between different sectors such as industry, education and business. 
Lauren Phillips  –  Here We Code, Outreach
Thursday, July 14, 2022
A new land-based learning program designed by Dal-based SuperNOVA and the Ulnooweg Education Centre promises to bring Indigenous youth more opportunities in STEM.
The April 12 Open Dialogue Live event “Data and its Impact on Health” will examine how data from the COVID-19 pandemic can be used to influence public policy and potentially mitigate risks should another pandemic occur.
Stephanie Rogers  –  Here We Code
Thursday, January 6, 2022
The Faculty of Agriculture and Clever Fruit Products, a N.S.-based food firm, are partnering to conduct research on converting locally grown wild blueberries to high-value food ingredients.
Alexa Dodge  –  Here We Code
Tuesday, December 7, 2021
Dr. Alexa Dodge, a Hill postdoctoral fellow in Law, Justice, and Society at Dalhousie University, recently released her report Deleting Digital Harm: A Review of Nova Scotia’s CyberScan Unit.
Matt Reeder and Becca Rawcliffe  –  Research, Faculty, Here We Code, Outreach, Alumni & Friends, Students
Monday, November 1, 2021
Powered by millions in provincial investment, a new Dal-led movement redefines the university's global leadership in the digital space and invites everyone to join in as Nova Scotia’s transformation into a top destination for tech talent gains steam.
Interdisciplinary PhD student, Jee In Kim's research explores how artificial intelligence and machine learning can help to combat antimicrobial resistance, which is when bacteria no longer responds to antibiotics
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Researchers at Dalhousie and Penn State have used artificial intelligence to unravel the sentiments in nursing mothers’ tweets to better understand the factors influencing breastfeeding behaviors.
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