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News from Faculty of Management
- Celebrating leadership and courage at the 2019 Scotiabank Ethics in Action at Dalhousie
- Your groceries are getting more expensive: Dalhousie's Agri‑Food Analytics Lab tells us why
- 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
Management News from Dal News
School of Information Management celebrates 50 years
For five decades, Dalhousie University has been home to the only school of information management in Atlantic Canada. Now, as it reaches a milestone year, "SIM" is celebrating both its legacy and its future.
The Big Picture: The looming threat of rising sea levels — and what we can do about it
Global sea levels are rising more than twice as fast as they were even just a few decades ago — and accelerating. If emissions are left unchecked, the consequences could be devastating. In our first article in a continuing spotlight series, meet Dal researchers on the front lines of an approaching global crisis.
Honouring exceptional leadership: Mike Smit receives Dal Senate award
Mike Smit, professor in the School of Information Management, is this year's recipient of the Lloyd Fraser Award for Outstanding Senate Leadership.
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News from SPA
- Grad profile: “How did it come to be that way? How could it be done differently?”
- The internship was what really sold me on it”: MPA grad Nora Allen sees great value in real‑world experience
- School of Public Administration welcomes Lori Turnbull as director
- Dr. Mayann Francis honoured in two provinces for public service contributions
- Fire chief boosts management skills in quest to move up the ladder