Alumni

From STEM students to alumni changemakers

From STEM students to alumni changemakers

For 10 years, the Schulich Leader Scholarships program has been creating the next generation of technology innovators by supporting exceptional STEM students.  Read more.

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Baillie Lynds
Monday, November 29, 2021
For Jay Woodworth, an alum of Dal's Faculty of Agriculture and a Christmas tree specialist, looking at trees is a year-round activity — one that's opened her eyes to the industry's many benefits for the planet and Nova Scotia's rural communities.
Stephen Abbott
Friday, August 27, 2021
When Carolan McLarney, a professor in the Rowe School of Business, saw an article about a Nova Scotian Dalhousie alum Kevin Walsh (DDS'90) climbing Mount Everest in the middle of the pandemic, she just knew he'd have important lessons to share with her MBA students.
Alison DeLory
Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Launched in September 2020, the online community has attracted more than 585 volunteers, including alumni, donors and friends of Dal who provide monthly feedback to the Office of Advancement on a variety of topics, initiatives and programs.

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Baillie Lynds
Monday, November 29, 2021
For Jay Woodworth, an alum of Dal's Faculty of Agriculture and a Christmas tree specialist, looking at trees is a year-round activity — one that's opened her eyes to the industry's many benefits for the planet and Nova Scotia's rural communities.
Stephanie Rogers
Friday, November 26, 2021
In the next episode of Open Dialogue Live, hear from Dalhousie alumni and researchers on the importance of a sustainable and healthy food production system, the complexity of our food and agricultural industry and the socioeconomic considerations that contribute to food insecurity and inequity.
Mark Campbell
Thursday, November 25, 2021
Rising grocery costs are preventing many students from having reliable access to healthy meals. The Food Security Project addresses this issue head-on.
Josh Hoffman
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Mary Beth Doucette (BEng’04), a panelist at the Nov. 24 Promise Scholars event “Embracing Diversity: The Change We Need,” says post-secondary institutions can do more to welcome Black and Indigenous business students and make them boardroom-ready.
Alison DeLory
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
For 10 years, the Schulich Leader Scholarships program has been creating the next generation of technology innovators by supporting exceptional STEM students.