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Med students connect to and learn from people with intellectual disabilities through Service Learning Program

Med students connect to and learn from people with intellectual disabilities through Service Learning Program

Two Dalhousie medical students delved into the difficulties that people with intellectual disabilities face when seeking health care, in a two-way information exchange facilitated through the medical school’s Service Learning Program.  Read more.

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Staff
Monday, May 27, 2019
Read profiles of just some of our outstanding new graduates from Spring Convocation 2019.
Stephanie Rogers
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
The latest contingent of Dal AC students is on its way to the Eastern Cape of South Africa for a unique, up-close look at some of the continent’s most spectacular wildlife.
Cheryl Bell
Friday, May 31, 2019
Each year, the Canadian Armed Forces recruits a handful of students from across Canada into the Royal Canadian Dental Corps. Ryan Tilley, Emily Burke and Dan Shirvani all applied for their own pragmatic reasons, learning along the way how proud they are to serve their country.

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Dawn Morrison
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Alison Bartlett is graduating from the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders this week, set to take on an opportunity that will empower her in her quest to provide audiological services to more rural communities.
Morgan Fleet
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Adjusting to a new place was a bit of a challenge for Industrial Engineering student Sarah Abdoon when she transferred to Dalhousie University in 2016, but she soon found connections through her employment with the Dalhousie Libraries.
Theresa Salah
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Jacob Chaplin-Saunders put his engineering studies on hold to compete with his brother in the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, an experience he says left him better prepared to excel when he returned to Dal to complete his degree.
Allison Auld
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Gerald Petrash was in his late forties and living with his family in Japan when he found himself questioning the direction of his life-long career path and taking a deeper interest in science and engineering. Now, he's graduating with an Engineering degree and three co-op work terms under his belt.
Genevieve MacIntyre
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
William (Liam) Clarke completed a double major in International Development Studies and Music at Dal, focussing on the representation of global poverty and development through music in NGO videos — a great example of the potential for interdisciplinarity in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.