Indigenous student advisor blends traditional and modern approaches

Indigenous student advisor blends traditional and modern approaches

Kayla Bernard uses her background in recreation therapy and community development to help Indigenous students feel at home at Dal.  Read more.

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Emily MacKinnon
Friday, September 22, 2023
Douglas will lean into his talent of ‘going where the guest leads’ as moderator of this year’s lecture focused on democracies and climate change.
Emily MacKinnon
Friday, September 8, 2023
After overcoming significant challenges as a first-year Dal student, Ashley Hill now runs the PREP Academy. There, she leads a team supporting African Nova Scotian students who may feel similarly bewildered and out-of-place when first entering a post-secondary setting.
Lola Augustine Brown
Wednesday, April 5, 2023
An impactful new campaign aims to support more Iranian women and persons of equity-deserving gender identities to enter postgraduate programs at Dalhousie.

Archives - Alumni

Emily MacKinnon
Friday, August 18, 2023
K.R. Byggdin is the latest recipient of Atlantic Canada’s most prestigious prize for fiction for their debut novel, Wonder World.
Andrew Riley
Wednesday, August 2, 2023
With support from Dal Innovates, PureSpire Biomonitoring Technologies founder Dr. Crystal Sweeney aims to develop products that make a critical difference in reducing risks associated with occupational carcinogen exposure in firefighters.
Sarah Hampson
Thursday, July 20, 2023
As he takes on the leadership of the influential Halifax-based Black Business Initiative, alum Matthew Martel has a national vision.
Andrea Hart
Friday, July 7, 2023
Kenny Power (BCSc’19), a senior software developer at Halifax-based social media software company Dash Hudson, is helping drive growth in Nova Scotia’s thriving tech industry.
Allison Barss
Thursday, July 6, 2023
A governance expert, a labour leader, a refugee lawyer, a provincial court judge, a distinguished health professor, a medical researcher, and an ocean engineer are the latest Dal alumni to receive Canada's highest civilian honour.