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Stephanie Rogers  –  Agriculture, Research
Monday, August 31, 2015
The Faculty of Agriculture's Oamar Zaman is a pioneer in research into precision agriculture, a farming concept that accounts for crop variability, can increase yield and reduce the use of argochemicals.
Ryan McNutt with Chloe Westlake  –  Residence, News, Community & Culture
Friday, August 28, 2015
Its final residents have moved out, and this fall it will make way for a new fitness centre, but Eliza Ritchie Hall's influence will live on in the alumni who called it home over the past 28 years.
Ryan McNutt and Stephanie Rogers  –  Agriculture, News
Friday, August 28, 2015
No one was injured in Monday evening's fire at the Ruminant Animal Centre, and all animals were successfully evacuated from the facility, but there was significant damage to the feed storage barn.
Merilyn Layne  –  Facilities Management, Security, News
Thursday, August 27, 2015
As work gets underway on several key capital construction projects, the Dal community can expect some changes to the type, number and location of parking spaces on the Studley and Sexton campuses this fall.
Mark Campbell  –  Alumni, Science, Agriculture, International
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
With his program Fish for Hope, alumnus Peter Corey is helping to boost the income of families in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Emily Colin  –  Student Life, Arts and Social Sciences, Philosophy, News
Monday, August 24, 2015
Duncan MacIntosh is a regular contributor to the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, a U.S.-based think tank, and often brings its topics and debates back to Halifax for his students to consider.
Kathryn Morse
Friday, August 21, 2015
Health Professions students have been working with patients and families at the Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre to gather insights about the centre and learn how to collaborate across disciplines.
Janet Stalker  –  Research, Oceans, Science, Oceanography, Oceans
Thursday, August 20, 2015
New research from Dal postdoc Kimberley Davies explores the feeding patterns of one of our region's most notable endangered species.
Marilyn Smulders  –  Research, Psychology, Science
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Raymond Klein of the Dpeartment of Psychology and Neuroscience is a collaborator in the NSCAD University Drawing Lab, a project that applies scientific methods to the artistic process.
Tina Pittaway  –  Alumni, International Development Studies, Arts and Social Sciences
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Alex Mifflin (BA'08) has put exploring water's importance to human life front and centre in Water Brothers, the television series he hosts with his brother, Tyler.