Management News from Dal News
New pan‑Atlantic Canadian initiative creates more opportunities for Black and Indigenous business students
Dalhousie has formed a partnership with 10 other Atlantic Canadian universities and Atlantic Business Magazine with a goal of making the region’s business schools and business community more inclusive.
Grad profile: 'I don’t do idle well'
Fresh out of their Master of Public Administration degree, Riley Nielson-Baker looks back on some highlights, challenges — including coming out as a non-binary person — and the road ahead.
Grad profile: Broadening her skills and mind
Juliana Serroul, director of research in the Faculty of Health, has expanded her knowledge of the field through Dal's Master of Information Management program.
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