Submissions Due: Spring 2023 (Exact date TBD). Program: Service Learning. Word count: Approx. 500. Our office is excited announce the 3rd annual Writing Competition open to all students at Dalhousie University. Unpublished and published pieces that have not previously been chosen as a contest winner are eligible; approximately 500 words.
Immediate Opportunity: The Dalhousie Writing Centre has openings fora limited number of Student Writing Tutors. Student writing tutors must be currently enrolled in a Dalhousie graduate or professional school program
Registration Open: June 20, 2022. Event Dates: July 25 - Aug 9, 2022. Teams of students across the country are invited to develop innovative, multidisciplinary solutions to key challenges in global health.
Application Deadline: Aug 4, 2021. The Program Assistant will work with the Program Manager to provide operational and administrative assistance to implement programming in support of recruitment and retention of Indigenous studentsinto medicine.
July 5, 2021 @ 1-2PM. Virtual Teams meeting. The Belong Speaker Series has been organized to highlight the work of up-and-coming BIPOC researchers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, Medicine & Health (STEAMMH) and give the Dalhousie community an opportunity to connect with these inspiring academics. Our first speaker is Noreen Kamal, P.Eng. Ph.D.