Management News from Dal News
Leaving Neverland: Why individual stories of abuse have more impact than statistics
The documentary "Leaving Neverland" demonstrates the identifiable victim effect: people are more willing to empathize with individual victims than with large statistics, writes Kevin Quigley (scholarly director, MacEachen Institute for Public Policy and Governance).
Seeking community support for Sable Island's vulnerable ecosystems
Dal researchers are raising funds to study the lakes of Sable Island National Park Reserve and better understand how the island's interconnected ecosystems are changing.
Nova Scotia start‑up a game changer for future of clean energy
From an idea sparked in a Dal Physics lab to a company forged through Creative Destruction Lab Atlantic, Rayleigh Solar Tech is working to bring cheaper, more efficient solar cell technology to market.
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.
- Release: New Canada's Food Guide offers a more affordable plate, and greater food security‑‑but that may not last
- "Nothing will get done if we don't do it." Student activist Tina Oh wins prestigious Brower Youth Award
- "Be more informed, eat better and save money": Dalhousie and Guelph release Canada's Food Price Report 2019
- 2018 Scotiabank Ethics in Action at Dalhousie a celebration of leadership and courage
- "There's no textbook about this level of interdisciplinary engagement"