There’s nothing unusual about joyful noise filling the halls of the Dalhousie Arts Centre — for Music and Theatre students, that’s just an ordinary school day.
As one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for five years running, RBC’s Earth Day donation of $1.5 million to Dalhousie’s College of Sustainability on April 22, 2013 seemed only fitting.
A couple of years ago, Brian Porter, who became president of Scotiabank in 2012, sat down for a meeting with Management Dean Peggy Cunningham to discuss Dal’s Bold Ambitions campaign...
Ram Raju (BA’77; BSc’85; MBA’88), president and CEO of Kivuto Solutions Inc., says today’s IT development climate is vastly different than when he was a Dal student and professor.
There was a time when David Lund (BComm’78) thought that setting up a scholarship would be beyond his reach. Now he knows better.
Margaret and the late Wallace McCain wanted to make a difference in the lives of Dalhousie University students...
Ken Rowe has presented the largest gift ever to Dalhousie University by a Nova Scotian...
Through a $3-million gift to Dalhousie University's Bold Ambitions Campaign...
Memorial bursary pays tribute to Edward Perkins and his zest for life...
One of Dalhousie’s most distinguished graduates, Purdy Crawford (LLB’55, LLD’91)...
John W. Lindsay Sr. came to Dalhousie following the Second World War...
Dalhousie University today launched the largest fund raising campaign in its history.
TD Bank will provide a $1 million gift to Dalhousie University to aid students from the black community in pursuing post-secondary education.
Distinguished members of the Dalhousie community, past and present, along with other honoured guests, recently gathered to celebrate the launch of the Clifford Rae Achievement Awards.
What do you get for the guy who has everything? Here’s an idea—how about an enduring legacy in the form of a $1-million scholarship fund to benefit Dalhousie students?
Arriving at Dal 47 years ago, John (Joe) Hyndman gets misty-eyed thinking of all the fun he had and the friendships he made.
At its heart, the Dalhousie Student Union accessibility bursary, established with a $30,000 endowment in fall 2010, is about students helping students.
BMO Financial Group has committed $1.5 million to become a founding partner of Dalhousie University’s Centre for Family Business and Regional Prosperity.
Dalhousie has named its newest and greenest academic building after one of its most generous benefactors – Dr. Mona Campbell – in recognition of her $10-million bequest.
If you’re proud of your roots and want your community to succeed, funding education is a step in the right direction.
Sisters Karen Ridgway Woolhouse and Judith Hume share more than a few family traits. For one thing, they believe in giving back to the community that fostered their education and they are both passionate about lifelong learning.
A major donor has stepped forward to establish an endowed chair in Jewish studies at Dalhousie University.
Of the more than 60 professors in five different universities who tried to teach Jenny Cook (PhD ’96) the meaning of history, one – only one – actually nailed it.
Being good at academics is only one component of a successful university experience, according to Vince Ginley (BComm ’50).
Third-year science student Lauren Longobardi could have spent the summer working near her Fall River home.
Lord Dalhousie, George Munro, Lady Beaverbrook, Dorothy and Izaak Walton Killam, Seymour Schulich.
One of Dalhousie’s most successful high school outreach programs is about to reach a whole lot more students.
When Margaret (Peggy) St. George was planning her estate, she had one overarching goal – how to best honour her “adoptive” family and the ophthalmology community at large.
Attaining a post-secondary education isn’t easy. For students overcoming obstacles such as mobility issues, chronic illness and dyslexia it’s an even greater challenge.
The Johnson Scholarship Foundation, a Florida-based, private foundation, has committed $750,000 to Dalhousie University over five years, but with a catch: Dal has to raise matching funds.