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September 2018

Chris Benjamin  –  Dal 200, Agriculture
Friday, September 28, 2018
Temple Grandin is perhaps both the world's best known animal scientist and the world's most famous person with autism. At her Dalhousie Belong Forum, she discussed what links those two together — and how important it is to encourage different styles of learning and thinking.
Emma Geldart  –  Student Life, Agriculture, News
Friday, September 28, 2018
The new Student Learning Commons on Dal's Agricultural Campus, which celebrates its grand opening this week, offers students a bright, exciting space to relax, to study and to socialize.
Jane Doucet  –  Law
Friday, September 28, 2018
Legal experts from around the world shared their perspectives on issues of systemic racism in prisons and strategies for decarceration as part of the Schulich School of Law's Canadian Prison Law Conference last week.
Erin Casey  –  Dal 200, Community & Culture
Thursday, September 27, 2018
Nova Scotia artist Holly Carr has designed exclusive anniversary line featuring scarves, ties and other items — the first of which are now available from the Dalhousie Bookstore.
Matt Reeder  –  Student Life, Dal 200
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
As Dalhousie celebrates the first Homecoming of its third century, there are more ways than ever to show your pride on campus and off. And thanks to a new partnership between Dal, police and the city this year, neighbourhood safety will be top of mind.
Kirk Jessome  –  Sports
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
The Tigers men’s hockey team is ready to make a statement in the very strong AUS conference this season.
Dalhousie Sports Information  –  Sports
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
The men's soccer team swept the weekend, while hockey season is now underway and women's volleyball competed in the UQaM Invitational Tournament.
Niecole Comeau and Michele Charlton  –  Research, Science, Oceans, Oceanography, Oceans
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
To save the North Atlantic right whale, researchers need better data. That’s why Dalhousie's Whale Habitat and Listening Experiment (WHaLE) team brought together a number of federal agencies for a unique collaboration designed to collect the most multifaceted dataset to date about the endangered species.
Stefanie Wilson  –  Science, News, Psychology, Computer Science, Management
Monday, September 24, 2018
Hayam Mahmoud-Ahmed is helping develop a device to retrain muscles in individuals who've experienced a stroke. It's not what you might expect from a Neuroscience and Computer Science student — but it makes perfect sense as part of her journey into entrepreneurship.
Staff  –  Dal 200
Monday, September 24, 2018
Last week, the Dal 200 team visited all four campuses to share info on upcoming Dal 200 events — with ice cream and prizes in tow, too!