DAL Magazine Spring/Summer 2023

Mark Campbell
Dalhousie is leading an unprecedented multi-university research program that aims to turn the tide on climate change.
Chris Benjamin
Maintaining sensible conversations on inclusivity, progress, and a better world.
Allison Barss
This year’s Aurum Award winners—a dentist, a lawyer, a musician, a judge, and a nurse practitioner—each share a dedication to their communities, a commitment to justice and a passion for change. We are proud to honour them and share their stories with you.
Mark Campbell
Learn how Dal is boosting clean technology’s stellar future.
Stefanie Wilson
Dal’s Faculty of Open Learning and Career Development helps its learners level up their skills.
Jennifer Lambert
Archiving the history of the Dalhousie Alumni Association.
Alison Auld, Matt Reeder, and Andrew Riley
Approved drug offers promise of potential antiviral. Seafood beats beef in nutrition, environmental battle. Social work scholar ranks top in the world. Weaving Black history into the Canadian narrative. Recruitment of new Black scholars to boost key academic priorities at Dal. Chemist wins award for science that begins with structural beauty.
DAL Magazine
Dal alumni and faculty share their books, television shows, films, webinars, and podcasts.
As told to Allison Barss
Cindy Jensen (BComm’84) shares a day in her life as a Beijing-based business consultant.
Mark Campbell
For Andrew Ritcey (BPE’76, MA’87), giving is not so much a passion as it is a calling—one he feels increasingly driven to answer.
Kenneth Conrad
Leah Ellis (BSc’11, MSc’13, PhD’18) is the co-founder and CEO of Boston-based Sublime Systems, whose decarbonized cement seeks to keep the world building sustainably.
AnnMarie MacKinnon
Dr. Becca Babcock (PhD'11) finds inspiration in the stories we use to understand our lives.
Allison Barss
Dal alum Sebastian Manchester (BEng’12, MASc’14) is powering homes in rural Africa.
Alison DeLory
Developer, investor, entrepreneur and mentor: George Armoyan (BEng'83) has built multinational businesses and carried forward a family legacy that means even more to him.
Stefanie Wilson
Patricia Porto de Barros Ayaz: Inspired by experience

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