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Chelsea Norris  –  Sports
Wednesday, January 31, 2024
Men's cross country and track & field athlete Aidan Goslett has been named a U SPORTS Top 8 Academic All-Canadian.
Josh Boyter and Mia Samardzic  –  Research, Graduate Studies
Wednesday, January 31, 2024
3MT gives Dal graduate researchers a platform to share and celebrate their ideas, with only 180 seconds to make a pitch in competition. Find out more about how to compete and gain some tips from 2023 champ, Joseph Orji.
Alison Auld  –  News, Science
Wednesday, January 31, 2024
An endangered green turtle that drifted into cold Nova Scotia waters and was found hypothermic on a local beach late last year has been released into a warm bay in Bermuda after being reared back to health by an international team that included a Dal veterinarian.
Chelsea Norris  –  Sports
Monday, January 29, 2024
Congratulations to our PepsiCo Athletes of the Week, Abbi Gaudry and Robbie Forbes!
Chelsea Norris  –  Sports
Monday, January 29, 2024
This weekend saw the Dalhousie 60m hurdles record broken, shootout wins and several weekend series.
Terry Murray-Arnold  –  Health Professions, News
Monday, January 29, 2024
The program, launching this fall, will provide nurses currently working in the field with an opportunity to gain advanced skills and deepen their clinical and leadership expertise.
Sonya Jampolsky  –  Research, Management, News
Friday, January 26, 2024
Want to reduce risk during global stock market turmoil? Drs. Najah Attig and Oumar Sy, recipients of this year's prestigious Graham and Dodd Scroll Award, demonstrate how diving further into international markets to diversify can help.
Dani Silberman  –  Research, Oceans
Friday, January 26, 2024
Less than 10 per cent of the ocean floor has been adequately mapped, leaving scientists with unanswered questions about the Earth’s processes and history. These researchers are helping fill in the gaps.
Theresa Anne Salah  –  Student Life, Engineering, Community & Culture
Friday, January 26, 2024
Pomerleau, a Canadian leader in the construction industry, has made a $50,000 gift to support Dalhousie Engineering’s Inclusive Pathways to Engineering Careers Program.
Matt Reeder  –  Student Life, Community & Culture
Friday, January 26, 2024
Doctors Without Borders, a global non-profit that taps health professionals to provide humanitarian medical in crisis situations, has friends at Dalhousie — a lot of them.