Management News from Dal News
Wild horses or pests?
Horses roam free around the world. In the Alberta foothills, their management has become contentious, writes SRES prof Tony Walker.
Confusion at the fish counter: How to eat fish responsibly
Consumers are increasingly concerned about the sustainability of their fish, writes PhD candidate Jenny Weitzman. Here's her advice on how to navigate the sometimes murky waters of responsible fish consumption.
Grad Profile: A degree for all fields
Amy Hak, a grad of Dal's Master of Information Management program, is already putting her new knowledge and skills to work in her role as a forensic officer at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands.
Faculty & Research
In what ways should society support entrepreneurial small businesses? How can we produce food more efficiently? Learn more about the pressing questions being researched here.
- Wild horses or pests? How to control free‑roaming horses in Alberta
- Grad profile: “Stretch yourself and do something you’ve never done before”
- Grad profile: A degree for all fields
- The Honourable Louise Arbour named 2019 recipient of Dalhousie Faculty of Management’s Scotiabank Ethical Leadership Award
- Celebrating inaugural part‑time teaching award recipient Lindsay McNiff