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Introducing Deep Saini, Dalhousie's 12th president

Introducing Deep Saini, Dalhousie's 12th president

Deep Saini — a leader who blends national experience with global insight — is set to become Dalhousie’s 12th president and vice-chancellor. Learn more about Dr. Saini, his background and what he hopes to bring to the Dal community when he begins his term next year.  Read more.

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Matt Reeder
Friday, May 10, 2019
Dalhousie unveiled its new ceremonial object at the year’s first Spring Convocation ceremony in Truro. Replacing the university mace, the New Dawn Staff of Place and Belonging weaves together the stories and symbols of Dal’s past, present and future in a whole new way.
Chris Benjamin
Thursday, May 16, 2019
A leader in clean water research and advocacy, Graham Gagnon now works to support Dal's broader research community in pushing research and innovation forward.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Last week, the Fountain School brought together several prominent supporters of Dalhousie’s Performing Arts Campaign to set the stage for groundbreaking on the $38.5M expansion to the Dalhousie Arts Centre – a project set to further transform performing arts education in Atlantic Canada.

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Ryan McNutt
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Deep Saini — a leader who blends national experience with global insight — is set to become Dalhousie’s 12th president and vice-chancellor. Learn more about Dr. Saini, his background and what he hopes to bring to the Dal community when he begins his term next year.
Chris Benjamin
Thursday, May 16, 2019
A leader in clean water research and advocacy, Graham Gagnon now works to support Dal's broader research community in pushing research and innovation forward.
Matt Reeder
Friday, May 10, 2019
Dalhousie unveiled its new ceremonial object at the year’s first Spring Convocation ceremony in Truro. Replacing the university mace, the New Dawn Staff of Place and Belonging weaves together the stories and symbols of Dal’s past, present and future in a whole new way.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, May 9, 2019
An accomplished lawyer and devoted community advocate, Candace Thomas is set to become chair of Dalhousie University’s Board of Governors on July 1.
Staff
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Edward Snowden’s leaking of U.S. surveillance activites made him a hero to some, a traitor to others, and a global fugitive. Now, as part of an Open Dialogue event during Dal Alumni Days, Snowden will speak to members of the Dalhousie community via livestream from Moscow, Russia about our rights and responsibilities as citizens when it comes to privacy.