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First symposium supporting Black Canadian STEM education underway

First symposium supporting Black Canadian STEM education underway

Past/Future: African Canadian History, Arts and Culture in STEM Education in Canada is the first symposium of its kind in Canada — an important step as part of a broader project to help bring Black people's history and experiences into the grade school classroom.  Read more.

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Jessica Nowlan
Thursday, August 4, 2022
A new program launched this summer by a collection of national research groups in collaboration with Dalhousie and other Canadian universities offered trainees in health-related professions a window in the substantial toll modern health care takes on climate change.
Matt Reeder
Friday, July 8, 2022
Born out of riots in New York City more than 50 years ago, the Pride movement has journeyed to its current moment through a balance of celebration and struggle — sentiments captured Thursday afternoon at Dal's flag-raising ceremony in Halifax.
Ariel Mackenzie
Thursday, April 21, 2022
At this year's historical dress showcase, "Propriety and Protest," students took to the stage in their own designs to present a picture of a time in history when women began to wear clothing that went against the standards of the status quo.

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Mary-Eleanor Power
Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Students from Colombia's Universidad del Atlántico visited Halifax in July for a Language Educators' program hosted by Dalhousie, creating memories of new friendships, new cultural experiences and new learning challenges — big and small.
Lara Millman
Friday, August 5, 2022
Instead of complacent acceptance of misinformed beliefs, we need institutional moves to cultivate trust between experts and the public.
Jessica Nowlan
Thursday, August 4, 2022
A new program launched this summer by a collection of national research groups in collaboration with Dalhousie and other Canadian universities offered trainees in health-related professions a window in the substantial toll modern health care takes on climate change.
Alison DeLory
Wednesday, August 3, 2022
Alumnus Brad Pickard (MArch 2010) and Architecture Professor Emeritus Richard Kroeker have won a World Architecture Festival Prize for a powwow stadium designed for the Muscowpetung Saulteaux First Nation in south-east Saskatchewan.
Jane Gaffney
Thursday, July 28, 2022
This month the Wije'winen Health Centre opened its doors to the urban Indigenous community in Halifax, providing future opportunities for medical learners interested in Indigenous health.