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Naming of Steele Ocean Sciences Building Inspired by Friendship
In attendance were Harry Steele and Seymour Schulich, along with Dalhousie's own faculty and staff, Dalhousie President Richard Florizone, and Dean of Science Chris Moore.
“We met the researchers, and viewed the facilities, and we had a great time,” said Steele. “I must say: I was mightily impressed. This province has a long association with the ocean, and I can’t think of anything for fitting for Dalhousie than to be exploring ocean research.
Read more about the Steele Ocean Sciences Building naming and the Steele-Schulich history of friendship here
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