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April 2017

Jennifer Moore  –  Student Life, Biology, Science, Marine Biology
Friday, April 21, 2017
Kaitlin Burek started her Marine Biology degree curious about the ocean. Three co-op terms at Dal have helped her discover how to take that curiosity and make it a career.
Staff  –  News
Friday, April 21, 2017
At Tuesday’s Board of Governors meeting, the Board voted to approve tuition and fees for the upcoming year, an ad hoc committee on long-term financial planning, a new Campus Master Plan for the Agricultural Campus in Truro, and more.
Kelly Taylor  –  Office of Sustainability, News
Friday, April 21, 2017
Dalhousie has been named one of the greenest employers in the country for the second-straight year — a testament to the broad environmental sustainability work taking place across the university.
Genevieve MacIntyre  –  Dal 200, News
Friday, April 21, 2017
Toward 200: From a fresh take on Frankenstein to a scholar-citizen initiative highlighting public policy and social development, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is planning for a busy 2018.
Patti Lewis  –  Research, Oceans, Oceans
Friday, April 21, 2017
The Irish research vessel Celtic Explorer, with Dal researchers and three locally-made ingenuities on-board, is heading out to sea in an expedition linked with the Ocean Frontier Institute.
Staff  –  Convocation, News
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Meet the nine outstanding local, national and international leaders being presented with honorary doctorates at Dalhousie's Spring Convocation ceremonies this May/June.
Matt Semansky  –  Student Life, Arts and Social Sciences, Political Science
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Thanks to a new practicum course at Dal, Harvard-bound Political Science student Zac Smith has been able to turn his interest in public policy into real-world experience.
Ryan McNutt  –  Research, Oceans, Oceans, News, Senior Administration
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Members of the Dal community gathered this week to bid a fond farewell to departing Vice-President Research Martha Crago, who is leaving the university to return to her alma mater, McGill, as vice-principal of research and innovation.
Cherry Au  –  Student Life
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Campus student Respect Reps Harley Johnson and Hasan Sinan joined 250 youth leaders last month at the fifth annual National Youth Reconciliation Conference — an opportunity to learn, collaborate and work towards improving relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Michele Charlton  –  News, Senior Administration
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Dal Vice-President Research Martha Crago was a member of the nine-person panel of distinguished research leaders and innovators that earlier this week released its review of fundamental science and scholarly work in Canada.