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Science instructors create virtual field trips for online fall term

Science instructors create virtual field trips for online fall term

In Dal's Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, instructors are using everything from drones to 3D models to bring field courses to students as part of their online learning.  Read more.

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Merilyn Layne
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
Students across Canada, China, and even the Bahamas came together to form 37 teams, collaborating digitally over the semester to get their robots ready to compete in the autonomous robot challenge simulating farming on Mars.
Hannah Whaley
Thursday, July 16, 2020
With most Dal students conducting their studies online this fall, the Together@Dal program will help build a sense of community among first-year students and introduce them to the ins and outs of the university experience.
Suzanne Bowness
Friday, July 17, 2020
For Commerce co-op students like Shakshita Sookrauj, the COVID-19 pandemic offered the chance to help the Province of Nova Scotia support small businesses by helping facilitate a specialized grant program.

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Caitlyn MacQueen
Monday, August 10, 2020
In Dal's Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, instructors are using everything from drones to 3D models to bring field courses to students as part of their online learning.
David Ryan
Tuesday, July 21, 2020
When hands-on, diagnostic learning — an essential component of education across health disciplines — was threatened during the onset of COVID-19, Dal’s Collaborative Clinical Learning and Research (C3LR) stepped up to ensure this vital learning and research moved forward for students.
Suzanne Bowness
Friday, July 17, 2020
For Commerce co-op students like Shakshita Sookrauj, the COVID-19 pandemic offered the chance to help the Province of Nova Scotia support small businesses by helping facilitate a specialized grant program.
Hannah Whaley
Thursday, July 16, 2020
With most Dal students conducting their studies online this fall, the Together@Dal program will help build a sense of community among first-year students and introduce them to the ins and outs of the university experience.
Terry Murray-Arnold
Monday, July 6, 2020
PhD (Nursing) student Leah Carrier has been selected as a recipient of the 2020 Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation’s PeT doctoral scholarship, an award that recognizes research impact and community focus.