Join our team: Part‑time job opportunities for grad students
The Faculty of Graduate Studies is hiring for two part-time positions for graduate students
Medicine PhD student named among 2021 Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholars
Dr. Jasmine Mah has been selected as one of fifteen leading doctoral researchers from across Canada and around the world who have been selected for the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation’s leadership program as 2021 Scholars.
OUR GLOBAL COMMUNITY: MEET KARLA VALENZUELA
Karla Valenzuela is a 5th-year PhD in Microbiology and Immunology student from Chile. After completing her master's at Dal, she stayed to do her PhD because of her love of Halifax.
OUR GLOBAL COMMUNITY: MEET SALMA ALMUKHAINI
A strong desire to learn about equity-based care led Salma Almukhaini to Dalhousie’s School of Nursing where she is studying to improve the quality of nursing care in her home country of Oman
OUR GLOBAL COMMUNITY: MEET EDITH UBA
With a graduate degree from the United Kingdom and a bachelor's from her native Nigeria, Edith Uba brings a world of experience to her studies at Dal.
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Student researcher wins Research Impact Canada award for engaged work with childhood cancer survivors
PhD candidate Perri Tutelman won an inaugural Research Impact Canada award, which acknowledges research projects that follow engaged scholarship principles that lead to increased awareness of audiences beyond academia or changes in stakeholder actions, practices, guidelines, or policies.
Meet Dal’s 2021‑22 winners of the Vanier Scholarship, Canada’s most prestigious award for PhD researchers
Four Dalhousie students were among this year’s winners of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, selected based on the potential impact of their research, academic excellence and leadership abilities.
Faculty of Graduate Studies announces new associate dean to support student‑supervisor mentorship
Professor Hany El Naggar from the Faculty of Engineering will serve as Dal's first associate dean, student-supervisor relations.