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Overqualified and excluded? New Dal research explores workspace incivility
Canadians are increasingly working in jobs where they have surplus skills or surplus education and qualifications. Management's Dana Kabat-Farr is embarking on new research into the rudeness these people often face in the workplace, with funding from SSHRC’s Insight Development Grants.
The Conversation: How the coffee industry is about to get roasted by climate change
In a piece for The Conversation, food researcher Sylvain Charlebois looks at how climate change could severely affect coffee production over the next 80 years.
A lifelong passion
For Dal Agriculture grad Seonaid MacDonell, the Master of Environmental Management program offers new opportunities to be an advocate and an ambassador for agriculture in Nova Scotia.
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.
- Canadians will spend more in restaurants in 2018—Canada's Food Price Report
- BMgmt Light the Night team shines
- Schwartz/Reisman Canada–Israel Exchange Program grows at Dal
- DeGroote and Guelph‑Humber win the 2017 Ethics in Action Case Competition at Dalhousie
- International students share harvest meal with faculty and staff