Nigerian-born Enemona Agada was attracted to Dal's BMgmt program because he was curious about how businesses work. When juggling more than one job on top of a full course load proved challenging, he sought and got the help he needed to turn it around.
You can usually see Commerce students in bright orange t-shirts sleeping outside the Rowe Building for a week in March, collecting money for Phoenix Youth Programs from passersby. This year, the tradition continues online.
Students from across Canada participated in the 2019 Scotiabank Ethics in Action Case Competition at Dalhousie November 22 and 23, which saw the John Molson School of Business from Concordia win at the undergraduate level and the Desautels Faculty of Management from McGill win at the graduate level.