Alumni & Friends
SIM Associated Alumni
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As graduates of Dalhousie's School of Information Management (SIM), we all share a common bond. While that bond begins with our experience as students, it reaches far beyond that. We are all stakeholders in the present and future of the Information Management (IM) professions, and librarianship in particular. We all want to promote and serve the interests of education in our field. We care about the Dalhousie School of Information Management and the vital role it plays in preparing succeeding generations for careers in IM. We care about each other. Together, we can all work to promote both SIM and the professional objectives and interests of its individual members.
Benefits to Dal Grads
Your Dalhousie email address is permanent; you can continue to use it after you graduate! Access to wired internet on campus, Office 365 OneDrive, and myDal will be discontinued. You also have access to a variety of money-saving benefits, as well as campus services & discounts, exclusive to Dal alumni.
Credentialing a career: New MIM grad John Jenkins complements career experience with formalized learning
Notice of SIMAA Annual General Meeting
Grad profile: A powerful voice
Master of Information (MI) graduate Elphege Bernard-Wesson has wanted to be a librarian since high school. Now she's using her MI degree to teach information literacy, Deaf culture, philosophy and information management.