A Dalhousie pain researcher and a former Much Music-host-turned-parenting-blogger are helping millions of parents around the world learn how to help relieve their children’s pain with the #ItDoesntHaveToHurt initiative.
For Earth Sciences Professor Anne-Marie Ryan, a great classroom is built on great conversation. Now, her community-based approach has earned her Canada's top recognition for university teaching: the 3M National Teaching Fellowship.
New research from Dal psychologist Simon Sherry and colleague Martin Smith shows that perfectionism has increased dramatically over the last 25 years, and that perfectionists become more neurotic and less conscientious as time passes.
The brand new SURGE sandbox in Dal's Faculty of Science — a partnership with the Province of Nova Scotia — will be a student space where big ideas and innovation thrive, fostering both talent development and economic growth in the region.
In a field where women are often underrepresented, Alison Thompson has distinguished herself as an outstanding mentor for aspiring organic chemists through her supportive approach to teaching in the classroom and her work as a graduate student supervisor.
Grade-school science teachers have a lot on their plate — which makes keeping up with the science itself a challenge at times. There’s where the Atlantic Science Links Association (ASLA) comes in. A volunteer-based charitable organization, ASLA aims to bridge the gap between the scientific community, schools and the public.
Earth sciences prof John Gosse worked with a team to recalcuate when the decay of the ancient Cordilleran Ice Sheet took place. The findings provide insight on the Greenland Ice Sheet's future and sea-level rise.