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November 2014

Misha Noble-Hearle  –  Student Life, Management, News
Monday, November 24, 2014
Catherine Giffen is one of six students who was able to spend her most recent co-op term with a local non-profit through Management Career Services' C3 Mentoring Program.
Dalhousie Sports Information  –  Sports
Monday, November 24, 2014
Members of the Dalhousie women's basketball team spent last Wednesday giving back to the community at the Ronald McDonald House.
Duncan Forbes  –  Sports
Monday, November 24, 2014
The men's basketball team is off to a great start winning three of its first four AUS games this season.
Dalhousie Sports Information  –  Sports, Community & Culture
Monday, November 24, 2014
Over 30 student-athletes and 20 participants were at Saturday's event: a celebration of Sports Day in Canada community week.
Emma Skagen  –  Law, News
Friday, November 21, 2014
Influential philosopher Peter Singer delivered the Schulich School of Law's Sir Graham Day Lecture in Ethics, Morality, and the Law, exploring the evolving debate over the right of individuals to choose to end their own life.
Marie Visca  –  Medicine, Arts and Social Sciences, Political Science, Community & Culture
Friday, November 21, 2014
Dal faculty members Sherry Stewart and Shelly Whitman joined several Dal alumni as honourees at the 25th Annual Women of Excellence gala, hosted by the Canadian Progress Club of Halifax.
Ryan McNutt  –  Research, Oceans, News
Friday, November 21, 2014
As part of Dal's delegation to China, Dr. Florizone presented a paper co-written with Professor Emeritus John Cullen about the role universities, such as Dal, have to play in the sustainable future of our oceans.
Misha Noble-Hearle  –  Health Professions, Social Work, Research, Arts and Social Sciences
Friday, November 21, 2014
Dr. Bernard, recently named to the Order of Nova Scotia, spoke about the long-term impacts of racism as part of the James R. Johnston Chair's Distinguished Lecture Series.
Matt Semansky  –  International Development Studies, News, Arts and Social Sciences
Thursday, November 20, 2014
From Dalhousie magazine: From a North Korean prison camp to Dalhousie’s convocation stage, Shin Dong-hyuk's journey from prisoner to human rights activist has inspired the students who took up his cause, transforming their lives — and his — along the way.
Kevin Bradley  –  Graduate Studies, News
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Get to know Marty Leonard, Biology professor and Dal's new dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies