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Kathy MacFarlane  –  Alumni & Friends
Monday, September 30, 2019
Debra A. Barrath (MN 2000) grew up in a multiracial neighborhood in Durban, South Africa. Since the age of 12 she’s had a five-year plan and was willing to make big changes and move great distances to realize those goals. At 21 she was accepted by Dalhousie for her Masters’ Degree thanks to scholarship funding through the Southern African Student Education Program (SASEP) so she has always felt that Dalhousie chose her!
Kathy MacFarlane  –  Alumni & Friends
Monday, September 30, 2019
Mike Sangster (BSc Physiotherapy 2003) grew up in the Annapolis Valley, NS and came to Dalhousie for a second career in physiotherapy. Having completed an MBA, he began his career as a management consultant but early in his career realized he needed more. “I needed to do something that would provide me greater purpose and meaning,” he says.
Dawn Morrison (with files from Drug Store News)  –  Alumni & Friends
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
The President of Shoppers Drug Mart reflects on his time at Dal and the importance of a collaborative approach to leadership.
Kathy MacFarlane  –  Alumni & Friends
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Will Creene (BHSc’16 – Radiological Technology) grew up in Bristol, England and moved to NS with his family in 2010. After completing a year of science at Dalhousie University he knew he wanted to work in healthcare and being a tech-minded person he decided to enter the Radiological Technology program, which seemed like a natural fit.
Terry Murray-Arnold  –  Alumni & Friends
Friday, May 31, 2019
Kathy MacFarlane  –  Alumni & Friends
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Kathy MacFarlane  –  News, Alumni & Friends
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Trudi Smith, with files from Colleen MacDonald  –  Partnerships, News, Research, Teaching and Learning, Alumni & Friends
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
“Building relationships is incredibly important,” says Nursing professor, Dr. Megan Aston. “It’s a two way street when it comes to learning and teaching.” This philosophy is the basis of a successful 30-year partnership between Dal and Muhimbili University in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania that has impacted the lives and careers of Nursing students from both institutions.
Kathy MacFarlane  –  News, Alumni & Friends
Monday, October 22, 2018
Jenn Mason (BScOT’85) grew up in Halifax and attended Acadia University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She planned to be a physician but as she got closer to finishing her degree she realized that she wanted to work directly with people in a more hands-on way. She applied to Dal the first year they opened the School of Occupational Therapy.
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