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Student leadership on the national stage

Student leadership on the national stage

Two Dalhousie students are among 10 individuals across Canada selected for one of the country’s top student leadership awards. Learn about why Bai Bintou Kaira (Chemical Engineering) and Anika Riopel (Theatre and Environment, Sustainability & Society) have deservedly been named 3M Student Fellows for 2017.  Read more.

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Lindsay Dowling
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Medical Sciences student Aaron Prosper, a member of the Eskasoni First Nation, is passionate about representing Indigenous students on campus — in governance, culture, art and more.
Matt Reeder
Friday, April 28, 2017
Students Mariam Ragab (Computer Science) and Madison Campbell (Kinesiology) travelled to Nunavut last month for Global Vision’s Arctic Youth Ambassador Caucus, an opportunity for youth from across Canada to share ideas on how to approach some of the challenges faced by Northern communities.
Matt Reeder, Graeme Gunn, Ryan McNutt
Friday, March 24, 2017
The Dal community is full of amazing students who inspire their peers, lead by example and make a difference in their communities. But for those students who truly go above and beyond, there’s Dalhousie’s Board of Governors’ Award — the university’s top honour in student life. Meet the five students being recognized this year for their outstanding achievements.

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Michaela Gardner
Friday, April 28, 2017
Two Dalhousie students are among 10 individuals across Canada selected for one of the country’s top student leadership awards. Learn about why Bai Bintou Kaira (Chemical Engineering) and Anika Riopel (Theatre and Environment, Sustainability & Society) have deservedly been named 3M Student Fellows for 2017.
Matt Reeder
Friday, April 28, 2017
Students Mariam Ragab (Computer Science) and Madison Campbell (Kinesiology) travelled to Nunavut last month for Global Vision’s Arctic Youth Ambassador Caucus, an opportunity for youth from across Canada to share ideas on how to approach some of the challenges faced by Northern communities.
Lindsay Dowling
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Medical Sciences student Aaron Prosper, a member of the Eskasoni First Nation, is passionate about representing Indigenous students on campus — in governance, culture, art and more.
Jennifer Moore
Friday, April 21, 2017
Kaitlin Burek started her Marine Biology degree curious about the ocean. Three co-op terms at Dal have helped her discover how to take that curiosity and make it a career.
Matt Semansky
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Thanks to a new practicum course at Dal, Harvard-bound Political Science student Zac Smith has been able to turn his interest in public policy into real-world experience.