Community & Culture

Speaker series aims to strengthen culture of belonging in STEM fields

Speaker series aims to strengthen culture of belonging in STEM fields

Breaking Barriers identifies gaps in curricula at Dal and creates opportunities to increase exposure to the scholarship of researchers from underrepresented groups.  Read more.

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Stefanie Wilson
Thursday, July 8, 2021
Barb Hamilton-Hinch, an associate professor in the Faculty of Health, has been fighting for equity and inclusion for decades. Now, as Dal's assistant vice-provost equity and inclusion, she is set to extend her leadership of this critical work.
Michele Charlton
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Physics professor and outgoing Senate chair Kevin Hewitt has been honoured by NSERC with its Science Promotion Award, celebrating his work to foster interest in science among students of African descent in Nova Scotia.
Matt Reeder
Monday, June 14, 2021
A small ground-breaking ceremony was held last week for Dal's new pollinator garden, a project produced by the Dalhousie Art Gallery in collaboration with members of the Indigenous Advisory Council as a tribute to the late Mike MacDonald — a queer Mi'kmaq artist.

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Matt Reeder and Stefanie Wilson
Friday, August 6, 2021
They are cheerleaders and advocates for students. They provide outstanding service to students. They are mentors to students. Meet the recipients of the 2020 and 2021 Rosemary Gill Awards, Dal's top honour for supporting students outside the classroom.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, August 5, 2021
A new program launching this fall at Dalhousie seeks to increase access to higher education at the university for youth who have spent time in foster care growing up.
Staff
Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Take a look back at all the animals featured on Pets of Dalhousie last month.
Jacqueline Gahagan
Friday, July 30, 2021
Sex is not gender but research continues to treat these as the same concept, with potentially damaging consequences for health studies, health policies and health programs, writes Dal's Jacqueline Gahagan.
Luke Smith and Matt Reeder
Thursday, July 29, 2021
The African Nova Scotian flag will be raised on Dalhousie campus this weekend for the first time in honour of Emancipation Day, a national day of recognition that marks the historic abolition of slavery in the British Empire on August 1, 1834. Learn more about the significance of the flag’s symbols and colours.