Dal Killam Scholar and PhD Health student Phillip Joy's research focuses on how narratives and images around sexuality, heteronormativity and body image can influence nutritional choices that gay men make and affect their access to adequate health care and educational supports.
Congratulations to our Faculty of Health Legacy award winners. The theme of Dalhousie University’s 2018 Legacy Awards is ‘Making Waves,’ — and with good reason. The awards recognize and celebrate those who inspire others and make a significant difference to the Dal community every day.
Lucy Maud Montgomery scrimped and saved to study at Dalhousie College, starting classes in what is now the Forrest Building in the fall of 1895. Now, the Faculty of Health has formally recognized this connection with a plaque in the lobby of the historic Forrest Building.
Professor Jo Cooke received a warm welcome from the Faculty of Health when she visited Dalhousie for a series of presentations on June 18, 2018. Professor Cooke, from Sheffield England, is the Deputy Director and Capacity Lead, NIHR CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber, STH NHS Foundation Trust.
Cross-Faculty teams have been hard at work over the past months, planning our signature Dal 200th events: the Healthy Living, Healthy Life Conference (September 19 – 21) and the Shaun T Community Workout (September 22).
The first Homecoming of our third century will be filled with many celebrations, family-friendly events, musical performances, the annual 5th President’s Fun Run/Walk, Tigers and Rams games, Ignite: Dal’s Third Century gala dinner, parties, and so much more…a celebration not to be missed.