RBC and Dalhousie partner to transform health‑care education

RBC and Dalhousie partner to transform health‑care education

RBC Foundation announces a game-changing gift to Dalhousie that will support more than 800 African Nova Scotian, Black and Indigenous students within the health professions.  Read more.

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Andrew Riley
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Ariel Mackenzie
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Ryan McNutt
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Faculty and staff, students, researchers, industry and government all gathered on campus earlier this month for an in-depth discussion on the role artificial intelligence is playing in our lives today — and what it's poised to transform in our future.
Courtney Bragg
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Matt Reeder
Wednesday, May 15, 2024
Dr. Candace Brunette-Debassige shared findings from her recent book, Tricky Grounds: Indigenous Women's Experiences in Canadian University Administration, during a recent talk at Dal.
Matt Reeder
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Prof. Susan Holmes and Dr. David Westwood were recognized by colleagues this week for their unique and extraordinary leadership in the university's top academic governing body.