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Dalhousie climbs higher in QS World University Rankings as competitive pool swells

Dalhousie climbs higher in QS World University Rankings as competitive pool swells

Dalhousie rose in one of the year’s most-anticipated university rankings, climbing 19 spots to 272 out of the 1,300 institutions featured in the QS World University Rankings.  Read more.

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Matt Reeder
Monday, June 14, 2021
A small ground-breaking ceremony was held last week for Dal's new pollinator garden, a project produced by the Dalhousie Art Gallery in collaboration with members of the Indigenous Advisory Council as a tribute to the late Mike MacDonald — a queer Mi'kmaq artist.
Michele Charlton
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Dal’s Michael Freund is the recipient of $1.6M in funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council through its Collaborative Research and Training Experience program for the Leaders in Energy Sustainability training program for emerging professionals.
Cheryl Bell
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Debby Chao is the recipient of the 2021 Dr. David Precious Gold Medal in Dentistry, an award that caps off four years of dental school during which she achieved top marks in her class.
Matt Reeder
Friday, June 11, 2021
Mi'kmaq lawyer Patti Doyle-Bedwell, an associate professor in the Faculty of Open Learning & Career Development, on the discovery of the bodies of 215 Indigenous children at a former residential school site in B.C. and what needs to happen next in the pursuit of justice.
Stefanie Wilson
Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Dalhousie rose in one of the year’s most-anticipated university rankings, climbing 19 spots to 272 out of the 1,300 institutions featured in the QS World University Rankings.