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Florizone’s farewell: The Dal News interview (part 1)

Florizone’s farewell: The Dal News interview (part 1)

Dal News sits down for an in-depth one-on-one with President Richard Florizone as he finishes his time in office. In part one, we discuss first impressions and Dr. Florizone’s 100 Days of Listening project, as well as some of his core priorities and accomplishments as president.  Read more.

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Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Dal is moving to a new, fully integrated system for sending messages to the Dal community about major campus closures, hazards and other significant events affecting the university — built around the popular DalSafe system. While users will have to re-subscribe for text alerts, the new system promises targeted communication between Halifax and Truro and more reliable service overall.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Members of the Dal community and beyond gathered in the new Emera IDEA Building last week to celebrate President Richard Florizone as he winds down his time in office.
Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
As the university prepares to welcome interim president Peter MacKinnon in January, the search committee for Dal’s next president continues its work.

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Chris Benjamin
Friday, November 23, 2018
Having spent months collaborating with the Dal community to develop the university’s new research strategic direction, Alice Aiken is looking to help Dal researchers take their important work to new heights. Learn more about Alice, her military background and Veteran-focused research, and why Freddie Mercury would be her dream dinner date.
Obinna Esomchukwu
Thursday, November 22, 2018
Chemistry prof Alison Thompson, this year’s recipient of Dal’s top teaching award, has developed unique ways to help support her students and serve as a valuable mentor in a field where women in particular are often underrepresented.
Staff
Thursday, November 22, 2018
Earlier this week, Dalhousie recognized the Transgender Day of Remembrance by flying the Transgender Pride Flag on campus and sharing the newly approved Gender Affirmation Policy with the university community.
Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Dal’s new $26.5-million Biomass Energy Plant in Truro is not only meeting the Ag Campus’s thermal needs — it’s providing Nova Scotia Power with electricity and is the first of its kind on a university campus in North America.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Having just arrived at Dal earlier this month from Australia, new Provost Teri Balser is getting to know the university and inspired by what she’s seen so far. Learn more about Teri — from her early days on campus to her musical hobbies — and how you can contribute to helping shape Dal’s priorities going forward.