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November 2022

Mark Campbell  –  Alumni, Science
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Is it possible to remove a billion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by 2045? Dr. Will Burt (PhD’16) thinks the ocean can absorb it, and his research is changing our world for the better.
Mary Jane Webber  –  Student Life, Community & Culture
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Dal student Gabrielle Close is blind. She says Dalhousie’s fast action to accommodate her needs in residence and at dining halls has made adjusting to university life much easier for her.
Jane Doucet  –  Social Work, Health Professions, News, Community & Culture
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Research, mentoring, advocacy, community leadership: there's not much Dr. Judy MacDonald hasn't done when it comes to pushing for advances in accessibility at Dal and beyond. And this year, she's been recognized for her work with a President’s Award for the Advancement of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility.
Gabrielle Milner  –  Arts and Social Sciences, Community & Culture, Theatre
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Fourth-year Fountain School of Performing Arts acting students, directed by Ann-Marie Kerr, perform a unique and heartfelt Canadian classic where everyone is not as they seem.
Dalhousie Sports Information  –  Sports
Monday, November 28, 2022
A big weekend for the Tigers saw the swimming teams capture the Kemp-Fry Invitational meet titles and the women's basketball team earn their first win!
Matt Reeder  –  Student Life, Information Technology Services, Senior Administration, Facilities Management, Human Resources, News, Community & Culture
Monday, November 28, 2022
Dalhousie's Accessibility Plan, released this past summer, lays out a detailed roadmap for ensuring the university meets Nova Scotia's goal of being fully accessible by 2030.
Staff  –  Community & Culture
Monday, November 28, 2022
This web series, published during Dalhousie Accessibility Week, provided members of the university community an opportunity to share their experiences living with a disability. Browse people's stories now.
Julia Rodgers  –  Arts and Social Sciences, Political Science
Friday, November 25, 2022
The U.S. midterms revealed a generational shift away from youth voter apathy. The apathetic, in fact, seem to be those trying to accurately measure public opinion using outdated methods, says Dal PhD candidate Julia Rodgers.
Allison Barss  –  Architecture and Planning, Science, Office of Sustainability, Engineering
Friday, November 25, 2022
In the next episode of Open Dialogue Live, Dalhousie researchers, alumni, and staff share insights into how they are fuelling research and opportunities in renewable energy and clean tech.
Mark Campbell  –  Alumni, Student Life, Community & Culture
Thursday, November 24, 2022
Rising rents, inflation and grocery costs are forcing students to make hard choices about the food they can afford. This Giving Tuesday, Dal alumni and local businesses are giving students access to the nutritious food they need to succeed.