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Cheers to the Class of 2024!

Cheers to the Class of 2024!

This time of year, it's all about celebrating our amazing graduates. Get to know just some of our newest alumni with our grad profile series.  Read more.

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Anastasiia Merkureva
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
A year abroad in Canada for Italian student Andrea Grigolon turned into a different kind of international adventure, earning a joint degree between Dalhousie and Aeres University in the Netherlands through the International Food Business program.
Anastasiia Merkureva
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
From meeting landscape architecture visionaries to exploring Indigenous inspirations in the field, Kai King's journey through Landscape Architecture studies has been defined by an openness to new experiences.
Tanis Trainor, Matt Reeder and Ryan McNutt
Thursday, April 11, 2024
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 four students being recognized this year for their outstanding achievements.

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Anastasiia Merkureva
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
A year abroad in Canada for Italian student Andrea Grigolon turned into a different kind of international adventure, earning a joint degree between Dalhousie and Aeres University in the Netherlands through the International Food Business program.
Staff
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
This time of year, it's all about celebrating our amazing graduates. Get to know just some of our newest alumni with our grad profile series.
Anastasiia Merkureva
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
From meeting landscape architecture visionaries to exploring Indigenous inspirations in the field, Kai King's journey through Landscape Architecture studies has been defined by an openness to new experiences.
Anastasiia Merkureva
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Once afraid of bugs, Plant Science graduate Alexe Indigo will soon dedicate her PhD to them.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, May 17, 2024
Basmah Hendy, a third-year Neuroscience student, has received one of Canada's top student honours for her impressive efforts to make learning more accessible — whether that's starting her own high school mentorship program or helping develop visual-assistance tools for a fellow student.