January 2014

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Dal researchers offer a new theory for how the Himalayan mountains formed and, through their exploration of a previously undiscovered fault line, may help understand earthquake risks in the region for the future.
Dalhousie Sports Information  –  students, All News
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Tigers high jumper Rebecca Haworth, psychology student, is the true embodiment of what a student-athlete is supposed to be
Katie Park  –  All News
Friday, January 24, 2014
Big ones, little ones, fat ones, sharp ones, round ones: snowflakes come in all sizes and shapes and no two are ever alike. Ever wonder why that is? Kenneth Libbrecht has the answer.
IVAN SEMENIUK - The Globe And Mail  –  Research, All News, Faculty and Staff
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
The place is called PEARL – the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory – and its choice position overlooking Eureka on Ellesmere Island offers a window on the mechanics of climate change in the part of the planet where its effects are most immediate and acute.
Ryan McNutt  –  All News, Oceanography
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
There are more than 8,000 km between Halifax and Eilat, a city located at the southernmost tip of Israel. But that distance is about to start seeming a lot shorter.
Ursula Rothrock  –  Research, All News
Friday, January 17, 2014
John Gosse and Chris Beaumont, Dalhousie Geologists, along with M.A. Murphy and C.R.P. Silver of the University of Houston, and D.M. Whipp of the University of Helsinki in Finland identify a dangerous earthquake fault
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Do you know a researcher who deserves one of NSERC’s top research prizes?
Faculty of Science  –  All News
Monday, January 13, 2014
Congratulations to Tarah Wright and Natalie Rosen on thier prestigious awards
Faculty of Science  –  Marine Affairs, News, All News, Faculty of Science
Sunday, January 12, 2014
This past December you could find students of Dalhousie’s Marine Affairs Program (MAP) mingling in Ottawa with potential internships hosts, employers, and alumni. MAP students were not alone.
Office of the Vice-President, Student Services  –  students, All News, Faculty and Staff
Monday, January 6, 2014
In 1992, to mark the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Dalhousie Student Union, and to recognize students' contribution to the quality and vitality of the University, the Board of Governors established a set of awards to be known as Governors' Awards.