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The fairness doctrine: Kevin Hewitt reflects on six years as Senate chair as he announces his departure

The fairness doctrine: Kevin Hewitt reflects on six years as Senate chair as he announces his departure

Dr. Hewitt has announced he plans to step down as chair this June, bringing to an end a six-year tenure focused largely on expanding conversations and bringing more fairness and inclusion to the university’s governing academic body.  Read more.

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Matt Reeder
Thursday, January 7, 2021
Dal joined the prestigious top 200 cohort in the Times Higher Education’s (THE) Global University Employability Rankings for 2020, a list developed with input from nearly 9,000 recruiters in more than 22 countries.
Robert Huish and Gabrielle Bardall
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
The attack on the U.S. Capitol follows some familiar patterns of violence inspired by politicians around the world who won't accept election losses, write Dalhousie's Robert Huish and University of Ottawa's Gabrielle Bardall on The Conversation.
Kristie Gillis and Matt Reeder
Friday, January 8, 2021
Dr. David Pilon, director of counselling and psychological services at Dal’s Student Health & Wellness Centre, has been awarded a lifetime contribution award from the Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia for his advocacy, mentorship and leadership in the field.

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President Deep Saini
Friday, January 15, 2021
In this week’s column, President Deep Saini discusses how Dalhousie’s success is intertwined with the success of its community — and what that means for our own pursuits as a university.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Gerald Neal, a Democratic Party member of the Kentucky State Senate, joins experts from Dalhousie and other universities next week for a panel reflecting on Trumpism and the tumultuous events that have roiled politics south of the border in recent weeks.
Stefanie Wilson
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Adelina Iftene, associate director of Dalhousie’s Health Law Institute, explains why vaccinations for incarcerated individuals should be prioritized and how this issue sheds light on the lack of preventative health care in prisons more generally.
Robert Huish and Gabrielle Bardall
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
The attack on the U.S. Capitol follows some familiar patterns of violence inspired by politicians around the world who won't accept election losses, write Dalhousie's Robert Huish and University of Ottawa's Gabrielle Bardall on The Conversation.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Dr. Hewitt has announced he plans to step down as chair this June, bringing to an end a six-year tenure focused largely on expanding conversations and bringing more fairness and inclusion to the university’s governing academic body.