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Master's student Kayla Preston has been named a finalist in SSHRC's Storytellers competition for a video essay on her research into right-wing extremism in Canada — work she hopes can shine a light on how racism takes root in the digital age.
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Dalhousie University 16h
Do you have headaches or migraines at least 4 days per month? Are you 14-40 years of age? Own a Smartphone? If so, you could help test two free self-managed online programs that are designed to help you better understand and cope with your headaches:
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Graduating? Your big moment is almost here! We have the scoop on what to expect at your ceremony:
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Dalhousie University May 25
Hey alum! 👋🏼 Soon, over 1,000 new grads will join our alum community. Send us a congratulatory video of 15 seconds or less via DM. We'll feature them via Instagram stories during convocation. Psssst...three alum who submit will win a Dal prize pack!
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Dalhousie University May 25
Unable to attend your ceremony? Let us know:
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Dalhousie University May 25
Looking for an eclectic, curated and themed playlist to listen to while getting ready for your upcoming graduation? Well, look no further. ✨ We've got , , and even Hannah Montana.
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Dalhousie University May 25
In 2018, Dr. Richard "Harry" Harris led the rescue of a soccer team of 12 boys and their coach in Thailand’s Tham Luang cave and is very excited to welcome him to ! 🎉 This public lecture is free and open to all.
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Dalhousie University May 25
Ever wonder how to cure the bite of a mad dog? A English professor teamed up with a colleague in New Brunswick to launch Early Modern Maritime Recipes, an online database that’s about way more than baking a cake. 📓
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Dalhousie University May 24
Congratulations to the International Ocean Institute, celebrating the opening ceremony of their 39th annual IOI training programme this evening. Good luck to this year's participants! 🌊
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Dalhousie University May 24
. (Nursing) PhD Candidate Martha Paynter named as 2019 Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholar: 👏
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Dalhousie University May 24
After three decades overseeing major capital construction projects in the private sector, Peter Coutts (AVP, Facilities Management) was given the opportunity to return to his old stomping grounds – :
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Dalhousie University May 24
Pack your invitations to . 💌 We're so excited to see you cross the stage next week!
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Dalhousie University May 24
A special thank you to our partners , , , and a very special congratulations to all our researchers. 📹 Watch this morning's announcement here:
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Dalhousie University May 24
Researchers like: ➡️ , whose work includes novel metal catalysts for preparing drug molecules. ➡️ Joanna Mills Flemming, whose work helps us monitor the movement of marine animals. ➡️ , whose work includes health planning for end-of-life care.
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Dalhousie University May 24
This funding will support our researchers working in fields ranging from agriculture and earth sciences to industrial engineering and mathematics. (🏷 , , )
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Dalhousie University May 24
We’re thrilled to welcome the Hon. @KristyDuncanMP, Minister of Science and Sport, to in this morning to announce over $12 million in support of discovery research through ’s Discovery Grants program.
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Dalhousie University May 24
To help celebrate the one year anniversary of the fitness centre, is spreading the love this weekend! Today until Sunday, members can bring guests for free, get free swag and win prizes. Pssssst, we hear there will be cookies. 🍪 Details:
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Dalhousie University May 23
Hey ! Take a guided stroll that will cover a range of topics including edible plants, Indigenous knowledge, geology, intertidal communities, mushrooms, and urban forestry 🐦
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Dalhousie University May 23
Are you ? 🐯 We want to help you create a course schedule that meets your program requirements, considers your academic and career goals, and makes the most out of your degree. Register today:
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Dalhousie University May 23
Master of Environmental Studies student Jennifer Yakamovich curated the Nature of Communities exhibition on now at the , exploring the intersection of arts and the environment through the works of Canadian artists: 🎨
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