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"A Black People’s History of Canada" set to produce a seismic shift in education about Canadian history

"A Black People’s History of Canada" set to produce a seismic shift in education about Canadian history

The Government of Canada is investing more than $1 million in knowledge mobilization project led by Dalhousie professor Afua Cooper, one that will help young Canadians learn about the remarkable achievements and struggles of Black people in Canada throughout history.  Read more.

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Rebecca Rawcliffe
Monday, April 5, 2021
Dr. Orji is the first faculty member from an institution in Atlantic Canada to receive the Outstanding Early Career Researcher Award, a prestigious award given out annually by national non-profit CS-Can|Info-Can.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, April 15, 2021
Like other deans at Dalhousie, the Faculty of Health's Brenda Merritt tapped into the ingenuity of her community last year when faced with the pandemic. She discusses some of the ups and downs and what the future could look like in her Faculty.
Brittany Warren
Thursday, March 18, 2021
For the Winter 2021 term, Dalhousie Management Career Services supported the largest cohort of Commerce Co-op students in the history of the program — with nearly all of them successfully landing positions.

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Matt Reeder
Thursday, April 22, 2021
A group of forward-thinking Dal students started the Ecology Action Centre as a class project in 1971. Now, as the environmental advocacy organization celebrates its 50th anniversary starting today on Earth Day, it does so more influential than ever — a testament to the dedicated individuals, many with Dal connections, who stood by the group through good times and bad.
Stefanie Wilson
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Dalhousie continues to rank among the top 200 universities in the world in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, which explores how university research and operations are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Among Dal’s rankings are top-40 results in key SDGs including Clean Water and Sanitation and Good Health and Well-Being.
Jessica Dee Humphreys
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Dalhousie's Dallaire Institute for Children, Peace, and Security has been approved for a grant to conduct a five-year long national research study, the first of its kind to explore the connections between morally injurious events and the recruitment and use of children as soldiers.
President Deep Saini
Friday, April 16, 2021
In this week's column, Dr. Saini discusses Dal's role as a civic university and, in particular, why it is uniquely equipped and positioned to collaborate to truly make an impact in the health outcomes of Nova Scotians.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, April 15, 2021
Like other deans at Dalhousie, the Faculty of Health's Brenda Merritt tapped into the ingenuity of her community last year when faced with the pandemic. She discusses some of the ups and downs and what the future could look like in her Faculty.