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As second COVID wave grows — be aware, be safe, be considerate

As second COVID wave grows — be aware, be safe, be considerate

As communities across Canada, including Halifax, adapt once again to a steep rise in COVID-19 cases, Dalhousie is encouraging students, faculty and staff to renew their efforts to follow Public Health and university protocols designed to keep one another safe and limit the spread of the virus.  Read more.

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Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
An accomplished executive leader and long-serving member of Dalhousie's Board of Governors, Law alum Bob Hanf now steps into the role of Board chair, ready to support the university's goals and ambitions.
Matt Reeder, with files from Ryan McNutt
Friday, November 27, 2020
Dr. Lisa Barrett, an infectious diseases specialist with Dal’s Faculty of Medicine, organized a pop-up testing site at Dalhousie this week that attracted long lines of young people — many of them students — in for free, rapid COVID-19 testing amid a growing second wave of cases in Halifax.
Sarah Sawler
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Dalhousie alumni Shawna Y. Paris-Hoyte (BA’78, LLB’94, BSW’01, MSW’03) and the Honourable Dr. Donald Oliver (LLB’64, LLD’03) are among the Order of Nova Scotia’s 2020 recipients.

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Matt Reeder, with files from Ryan McNutt
Friday, November 27, 2020
Dr. Lisa Barrett, an infectious diseases specialist with Dal’s Faculty of Medicine, organized a pop-up testing site at Dalhousie this week that attracted long lines of young people — many of them students — in for free, rapid COVID-19 testing amid a growing second wave of cases in Halifax.
Matt Reeder
Friday, November 27, 2020
Throughout what has been a tumultuous year, Human Rights and Equity Services at Dalhousie has worked hard to spur important public discussions about diversity, race and issues of inclusion — capping it off this Friday with a conference filled with timely panels and workshops.
Matt Reeder, with files from Ryan McNutt
Friday, November 27, 2020
As communities across Canada, including Halifax, adapt once again to a steep rise in COVID-19 cases, Dalhousie is encouraging students, faculty and staff to renew their efforts to follow Public Health and university protocols designed to keep one another safe and limit the spread of the virus.
Michele Charlton
Friday, November 27, 2020
Mita Dasog, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry, received the Emerging Professional Award at this year's Discovery Awards Thursday night, with several other Dalhousie faculty and alumni recognized as finalists.
Alison Auld
Thursday, November 26, 2020
Dal researchers have developed a new model that shows small vessels can cause lethal injuries in North Atlantic right whales, while large ships can kill even at slow speeds.