Dr. Deep Saini

                    Get to know Deep: A Q&A with Dal's new president

                    For Deep Saini, arriving in Nova Scotia to serve as Dalhousie’s 12th president and vice-chancellor brings him back to the country that’s been the foundation of his academic career.



                    Coming together in tragedy

                    Nearly a thousand people packed into the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium on Jan. 11 to mourn and remember some of the many individuals who lost their lives in last week’s airplane disaster in Iran.


                    A year in review

                    A year in review

                    New leadership, new research, new milestones, new awards — and lots and lots of news. Take a look back at an eventful Dalhousie year, including our most-read stories of 2019.


                    Dr. Patricia Manuel is researching how we can better prepare for rising sea levels.

                    The looming threat of rising sea levels

                    Dr. Patricia Manuel, professor in the School of Planning, has witnessed the range of damage done by encroaching tides, storm surges and rising water levels in coastal communities — now she's studying the various ways that we can prepare for and adapt to sea level rise.



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                    We Are Dal


                    Welcome receptions
                    Dr. Deep Saini

                    Students, staff and faculty are invited to help welcome Dr. Deep Saini during welcome receptions throughout January. Learn more.


                    Get Back on Track
                    Back on Track program

                    Did you face academic challenges during the fall term? Learn new skills and boost your GPA with our Back on Track program.

                    Society and Volunteer Expo
                    Society & Volunteer Expo

                    On Jan. 29, learn about student societies and volunteer opportunities at the annual Society and Volunteer Expo.

                    Student awards
                    Student holding awards

                    Nominations are open for the Impact Awards until Feb. 7.

                    Job & Career Fair
                    Job and career fair

                    Open to all Dalhousie and King's students, visit the annual Job & Career Fair on Feb. 13.

                    Scholarship deadline
                    Student scholarships

                    Scholarship applications for future undergraduate students are available until Mar. 1. Apply now.