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Schulich Leaders set to soar

Schulich Leaders set to soar

Two high school graduates from the Halifax region are this year’s Dal recipients of the Schulich Leader award, one of Canada’s most coveted undergraduate scholarships.  Read more.

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Stephanie Rogers
Thursday, September 19, 2019
Second-year Engineering student and hockey player Luke MacMillan spent his off-ice time a little differently this past summer thanks to an undergraduate student research award.
Alison Auld
Thursday, August 29, 2019
Engineering student Arad Gharagozli is heading to the European Space Agency’s academy to learn about operating a spacecraft from the ground — the sole Canadian selected for the program.
Alison Auld
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Dal students taking a special summer course on sharks get to showcase more than just their their scientific skills, thanks to a unique art-based assignment focused on some of the ocean's most fascinating and misunderstood creatures.

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Alison Auld
Thursday, August 29, 2019
Engineering student Arad Gharagozli is heading to the European Space Agency’s academy to learn about operating a spacecraft from the ground — the sole Canadian selected for the program.
Stephanie Brown
Thursday, August 22, 2019
Nila Joshi grew up playing outside and using her imagination. Now, as a PhD student in Health, she is helping kids do the same.
Matt Reeder
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
When Mohammed Alqassab enrolled at Dal to become engineer after a decade working back home in Saudi Arabia, preparatory courses in math and English gave him the confidence he needed to get started. This spring, he graduated as a Sexton Scholar with his wife and three children there to cheer him on.
Stephanie Brown
Friday, July 12, 2019
Dal PhD student Philip Joy is bringing his research to life through the talents of 40 international artists in the conversation-starting comic collection "Rainbow Reflections: Body Image Comics for Queer Men.”
Cheryl Bell
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
When a workplace injury required dental hygenist Marilyn Harris to rethink her career, she decided to return to Dalhousie to pursue a new degree and open new doors. It was a hard choice — but one she wouldn't regret.