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Caitlynne Hines  –  Management, Science, Information Management, Community & Culture
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Dozens of exceptional high-school students have spent the past month on campus with the SHAD program, working in teams to combine "STEAM" skills and entrepreneurial knowledge to help tackle the issue of food security.
Emily Holland  –  Medicine, Dentistry, Health Professions, Community & Culture
Thursday, July 28, 2016
An annual summer camp organized by PLANS (Promoting Leadership in Health for African Nova Scotian Students) invites students in grades 8-11 to learn about opportunities and careers in fields like medicine, dentistry and other health professions.
Ryan McNutt  –  Student Life, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Engineering
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Last week, Dal's third-year Electrical Engineering students took part in their annual robotics competition, the culmination of weeks of hands-on coursework building a robot to autonomously complete a simple-yet-challenging maze.
Staff  –  Agriculture, News
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Dal's Faculty of Agriculture is named the official post-secondary education partner for "The Royal," the Toronto-based fair that attracts more than 300,000 visits each year.
Nick Pearce  –  Agriculture, Community & Culture
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Photos: A sampling of sights from the Faculty of Agriculture's annual Community Day, which welcomed more than 1,000 guests eager to explore Dal's Agricultural Campus.
Nick Pearce and Jordan Zarvie
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Photos: Dalhousie took part in Pride Parades in both Halifax and Truro over the past week, showing support for and solidarity with LGBTQ+ individuals and communities.
Ryan McNutt  –  Alumni, News, Community & Culture
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
The Dalhousie community contributed more than 1,000 kg of much-needed food supplies to Feed Nova Scotia, responding to the organization's urgent call for donations.
Jane Doucet, with Lindsay Loomer and Rachael Kelly  –  Social Work, Law, Security, Dentistry, Health Professions
Monday, July 25, 2016
In late June, more than 400 people from around the world came to Halifax for the 2016 International Restorative Conference, which included several Dalhousie speakers helping explore how restorative approaches can improve climate and culture in education, workplaces and professions.
Staff  –  Alumni, Community & Culture
Friday, July 22, 2016
Lara Lewis, Fountain School of Performing Arts alum, speaks about the meaning of Pride as the university celebrates Dalhousie Pride Week.
Matt Reeder  –  Computer Science, Alumni, News, Community & Culture
Friday, July 22, 2016
Recent Dal Computer Science grad Kardam Tiwari wants you to forget your passwords — for good. His startup SWAP Innovations, which recently completed the LaunchPad Dal accelerator program, is developing a method for authenticating online transactions using fingerprints.