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A team effort: Students helping strengthen Indigenous supports on campus

A team effort: Students helping strengthen Indigenous supports on campus

At Dal's Indigenous Student Centre, students like Ali Barnaby, Karlee Johnson and William Johnson are helping plan and coordinate programming that’s building a stronger sense of community on campus.  Read more.

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Stefanie Wilson
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Jordan Boudreau knew he was interested in a medical degree, but didn't know how to get there. His journey through Dalhousie, with the help of his professors, has led him exactly where he wanted to be.
Delainey Wescott
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Tanaka Shumba and Juliana Gomes Pontes are part of the Stay Connected Mental Health Project, which gives Dalhousie and King’s students in Halifax the opportunity to meet with other students who can provide safe mental health advice and support.
Cheryl Bell
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Dalmazing 2.0, a large-scale interprofessional education last month, brought together students from more than 20 different health professions to dive deeper into understanding the bias and stigma surrounding obesity.

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Niecole Comeau
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Dal Biology students get a hands-on experience studying tropical ecology in one of the world's biodiversity hotspots.
Monday, October 30, 2017
Following last week’s statement from the Vice-Provost Student Affairs, steps are underway for policy enhancement, critical dialogue and campus community coalition building.
Nicole LeBlanc
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Medical student Braydon Connell receives Canadian Medical Hall of Fame award, celebrating student leadership, for his work with the student-run, community-driven HOPES health centre.
Alyson Murray
Monday, October 23, 2017
First-year students Brad Jones and Kate Arpin, both with impressive achievements to their name, were welcomed to Dal this fall as two of Canada's Schulich Leaders.
Stefanie Wilson
Monday, October 23, 2017
Master's of Public Administration student Irina Wandera didn’t initially plan to come to Dalhousie, but an unexpected call changed that and she couldn't be happier.