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Water workshops showcase science for Northern youth

Water workshops showcase science for Northern youth

Dal grad student Nicole Bell and two colleagues in the Civil and Resource Engineering department held a youth science workshop in Baker Lake, Nunavut last November, using fun experiments and activities as way to introduce Inuit youth to concepts such as water purification, water quality, DNA extraction and biodiversity.  Read more.

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Emma Geldart
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Christine Ellsworth was one of 51 students to participate in the foundational year of the RBC Agricultural Internship Program, which helps students gain the skills necessary to succeed in the agricultural field.
Nick Pearce
Thursday, November 22, 2018
Photo essay: Dal Architecture students brought their Dal 200-inspired creation to Halifax's Parade of Lights this past weekend, with Fountain School students providing musical accompaniment.
Stefanie Wilson
Monday, November 19, 2018
Computer Science student Alicia Wong came to Dal to challenge herself. Now, as president of the Women in Technology Society (WiTS), she's challenging others as well.
Matt Reeder
Friday, November 16, 2018
The holiday season gets a Dal 200 kickstart this weekend as the university's entry in the Chronicle Herald Parade of Lights — led by students in the School of Architecture — will be accompanied by a special Fountain School soundtrack. Learn more about what's in store.
Rebecca Rawcliffe
Thursday, November 8, 2018
For Dal's 200th anniversary year, the Faculty of Computer Science set out to double the number of female students entering its undergrad programs. The Faculty not only met this ambitious goal — it’s just getting started when it comes to increasing diversity in its field.