DAL Magazine Fall 2021
Individually and collectively, resilience is key to forging the "new normal."
How three Dalhousie buildings—each marking 50th anniversaries this year—have forged stronger connections between campus and community over the decades.
Universities are by nature civic institutions. But what happens when they become more intentional about their community impact?
Moving on after a challenging time can seem daunting. But as in a fall garden, taking stock and looking ahead can help you bloom in the days to come.
Archiving Dal's history.
Children in conflict. Stronger, lighter, tougher. Investigators track the vax. Building a better battery. One-shot wonder. Major milestone.
René Boudreau (BA’15) shares a day in her life.
Paul Gauthier (BSc’94) nurtures ideas into ways to simplify everyday life.
Postdoctoral fellow Rafaela Andrade (PhD’15) is bridging the gap between science and society.
George Cooper’s (BSc’62, LLB’65, LLD’04) leadership and support have elevated conversations about democracy.
Peter Dykhuis, director and curator of the Dalhousie Art Gallery, is fascinated with sparking cultural conversations not just within the four walls of the gallery but campus wide, by tapping into the diverse creative and intellectual practices of all disciplines.
For a new generation entering fields in STEM, research and responsibility go hand in hand.
Sophia Cuni-Hall has a reason to sing.
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