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Outreach program enables Inuit student to explore life 'down south'

Outreach program enables Inuit student to explore life 'down south'

Suupie Idlout would normally spend her summer at home in Resolute, Nunavut — the second-most northern community in Canada. Instead, thanks to the Northern Youth Abroad Canadian Program, she got to travel to Halifax for a work placement with Dal's Indigenous Student Centre.  Read more.

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Matt Reeder
Thursday, August 1, 2019
For two decades, Let's Talk Science at Dal has been bringing together university students and school kids to spark imagination, enthusiasm and engagement in the sciences. Today, its future is as bright as ever.
Portraits by Johanna (photos), with files from Matt Reeder.
Thursday, July 25, 2019
Summer was in full swing last Thursday for Community Day on Dal’s Agricultural Campus, with sunshine and warm temperatures providing ideal conditions for exploring the Truro campus’s many wonders.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, July 19, 2019
An initiative led by Dal students, faculty and volunteers, Soapbox Science took to the Halifax Seaport Market earlier this month to open minds and excite the public with research from some of the region’s most talented female scientists.

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Halifax photography: Chris Holland. Truro photography: Keltie Jones
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Photo essay: Members of the Dal community put on their brightest rainbow colours and took to the streets for community Pride parades in both Halifax and Truro — with the Halifax paraders winning best non-profit float.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, July 19, 2019
Dalhousie celebrated the start of Pride in Halifax with the official raising of the Pride Flag on the Studley Quad Thursday afternoon.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, July 19, 2019
An initiative led by Dal students, faculty and volunteers, Soapbox Science took to the Halifax Seaport Market earlier this month to open minds and excite the public with research from some of the region’s most talented female scientists.
Alex Smith and Michelle Stone
Monday, July 15, 2019
Boxes, buckets, tarps and lumber might not seem like obvious play things — but “loose parts” play can have huge benefits for children, according to the Dal researchers behind a series of fun community events in Halifax this summer.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Technology’s impact on the world of business was in full focus at the Black Business Initiative (BBI) Summit last month, with Dalhousie providing support as a keynote sponsor and with several Dal community members as key participants.