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June 2024

Danny Abriel  –  Community & Culture, Human Resources
Friday, June 28, 2024
Tasty bites, great tunes, fun games, and stellar company — Dal's annual summer social gathering had it all.
Andrew Riley  –  Research, Management, Science, Oceanography
Thursday, June 27, 2024
Backed by a $2.5-million grant from Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, the Building Bridges research project, led by Dalhousie, is hardwiring the AI revolution and the ocean sector by empowering researchers and industry with new digital tools to gather, analyze and share data.
Kenneth Conrad  –  Computer Science, Science, Indigenous, Mathematics and Statistics, Community & Culture
Thursday, June 27, 2024
A new five-day camp showcased the fun side of math and programming concepts and provided a taste of the Dalhousie campus experience.
Jocelyn Adams Moss  –  Ocean Tracking Network, Science, Marine Biology
Wednesday, June 26, 2024
Free of natural predators, invasive species can harm native ones and cause a cascade of negative impacts — a problem Dal experts explored during a recent event marking World Ocean Month.
Mark Campbell  –  Alumni, DAL Magazine S24
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
When Dalhousie announced the launch of Bringing Worlds Together, a $750-million campaign for transformational change, it made history with the largest fundraising initiative ever among Atlantic Canadian universities. By inspiring future-ready leaders, engaging in high-impact research, and lifting communities, the university aims to make a better world, too.
Mark Campbell  –  Alumni, Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology, DAL Magazine S24
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
A new biomanufacturing facility envisioned by the Faculty of Medicine will help bring ideas for life-changing medicines out of the lab to patients’ bedsides.
Ryan McNutt  –  Law, Graduate Studies, Alumni, Arts and Social Sciences, Science, DAL Magazine S24, Engineering
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
Generations of Dalhousie's Rhodes Scholars are a force for good.
Matt Reeder  –  Architecture and Planning, Social Work, Planning, Health Professions, DAL Magazine S24
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
Canada needs more homes — and fast. But the solution to the housing crisis is neither quick nor simple. Dal experts weigh in on the path ahead for one of Canada's most pressing social and economic issues.
Emily MacKinnon  –  Physiotherapy, Law, Agriculture, Health Professions, Physics and Atmospheric Science, Arts and Social Sciences, Science, DAL Magazine S24, Engineering
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
Recognizing exceptional alumni who are making society a better place.
Jennifer Lambert  –  DAL Magazine S24, Community & Culture
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
Diving into Dalhousie’s history of generous — and timely—gifts.