April 6, 2019 @ 12:30 PM. McInnes Room, Dalhousie Student Union Building. The Nova Scotia Gambia Association (NSGA) invites you to attend their annual lunch and fundraiser. Silent Auction. Livetime support award and Music by Maura Whitman.
Thurs. Mar. 21, 2019 @ 5 - 6:45 PM. Theatre B, Tupper Medical Building. 5850 College St. Halifax. NS. Keynote address by: Dr. Ojistoh Horn. Panelists: Diane Obed - Inuk Scholar; Community Research Coordinator and Instructor at Dalhousie University. Brent Young - Anishinaabe Dalhousie Medical Student (Class of 2019). Leah Carrier - Blackfoot Registered Nurse, MSc student, Research Coordinator. Dr. Tiffany O’Donnell - Non-Indigenous family physician, Sipeken’katik First Nation Health Centre.Phillipa Pictou - Mi’kmaq, Community Health Director for Pictou Landing First Nation
Application Deadline: May 3, 2019. Camp Dates: July 2019. Dalhousie University (as well as St. FX & CBU). PLANS provides summer programming for youth from the African Nova Scotian/Canadian community. The African Nova Scotian Health Sciences Summer Camp is for students in Grades 8-11 and provides fun, hands-on, and interactive activities to increase interest in the health professions.
Wed. Feb. 27, 2019 @ 12 - 1 PM. Rm. 112, Faculty Lounge, Dalhousie School of Nursing, Forrest Building. Featuring Keisha Jefferies - Lift as We Climb: Empowering Black Nurses and Black Nursing Students Through Education, Research and Practice.
Fri. Mar. 8, 2019 @ 7 PM. Paul O'Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library. In celebration of International Women's Day please attending for the screening and Q&A with the filmmaker, Andrea Dorfman, to follow.
Applications Due: May 3, 2019. Camp Dates: July 2019. Locations: Halifax, Antigonish, Sydney. African Nova Scotian students from across Nova Scotia who are interested in a career in health are invited to apply for this camp.
Applications Due: May 3, 2019. Camp Dates: July 2-5, 2019. Dalhousie University, Halifax. The PLANS Prep Institute (PPI) is a post-secondary preparation program for Grade 10, 11 & 12 African Nova Scotian learners with a focus on skills development to prepare for success at university or college and ease the transition from high school.
Thurs. Feb. 28, 2019 @ 7 PM. Auditorium, Schwartz School of Business, St. Francis Xavier University. St. Francis Xavier University's Department of Sociology presents the ninth annual Dr. Agnes Calliste African Heritage Lecture.