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Former federal cabinet minister and Dal Commerce alum Scott Brison appointed as university chancellor

Former federal cabinet minister and Dal Commerce alum Scott Brison appointed as university chancellor

One of Atlantic Canada’s most accomplished public servants, the Honourable Scott Brison has been chosen by Dalhousie’s Board of Governors to serve as the university’s eighth chancellor, beginning his term in May 2020.  Read more.

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Kristie Gillis
Monday, December 9, 2019
Student leaders from across Atlantic Canada gathered at Dal this fall to discuss shared efforts to reduce harms related to alcohol on university campuses.
Staff
Friday, December 6, 2019
Highlights of presentations and decisions from the November 25 meeting of the Dalhousie University Senate.
Erin Elaine Casey
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Canada’s Food Price Report, produced by researchers from Dalhousie and the University of Guelph, marks 10 years of helping consumers understand their annual grocery bill.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
One of Atlantic Canada’s most accomplished public servants, the Honourable Scott Brison has been chosen by Dalhousie’s Board of Governors to serve as the university’s eighth chancellor, beginning his term in May 2020.
Obinna Esomchukwu
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Isabelle Roach, the University of King's College's latest and 32nd Rhodes Scholar, says she has gotten the best of both worlds on her journey to study neuroscience at the University of Oxford, thanks to the small school benefits of King's and big university benefits of Dal.