During Dal’s 200th year, the university’s retirees continue to have an important connection with the university. And this spring, Dalhousie welcomed delegates from across the country for the national conference of the College and University Retiree Associations of Canada.
For the second year in a row, ShiftKey Labs — the Dal-hosted innovation sandbox in the Goldberg Computer Science Building — co-designed and delivered a province-wide bootcamp for budding entrepreneurs: the Creativity and Innovation Bootcamp.
When Lucy Maud Montgomery came to Dalhousie to further her eduction, it solidified her path towards becoming one of the most beloved authors in Canadian history. A new dedication in Dalhousie’s Forrest Building — fictionalized as Redmond College in Montgomery’s novel “Anne of the Island” — pays tribute to one of the university’s most famous alumni.
The inaugural recipient of the Dalhousie President's Award for the Advancement of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion — part of the new Dalhousie Legacy Awards — the Imhotep's Legacy Academy has been helping African Nova Scotian youth discover science and technology for more than 15 years.
Languages span the university, which is why the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences' language programs teamed up with professionals from the College of Continuing Education’s ESL program and the Centre for Learning and Teaching to hold the first Dalhousie Language Instructors Retreat earlier this month.