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.
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.
Resource and Environmental Management student Julietta Sorensen Kass is offering Halifax residents and visitors alike the chance to exchange texts this summer with some of the towering trees that call the Public Gardens home.
Dal’s School of Architecture is constructing new perspectives for African Nova Scotian high school students with an outreach program in partnership with the youth initiative of the Black Business Initiative.
Around 20 assorted Dal faculty and staff embarked Wednesday afternoon on a bird-focused nature walk on Studley Campus, the first of seven guided strolls that will cover a range of topics including edible plants, Indigenous knowledge, geology, intertidal communities, mushrooms, and urban forestry.