As CEGE Connection enters our third year of existence, Michelle Hunter and I want to express our thanks for the positive and encouraging feedback that we have received from students, graduates and professors. Our blog has been designed as a space for ongoing dialogue and shared interests, which has enabled us to be ever more connected to our readers and supporters. This coming year, we will continue to feature our remarkable alumni and the pioneering research that is being conducted at Dalhousie University.
A special thanks to Michelle Hunter who celebrated her 25 years of service at Dalhousie University, the same year as #DAL200. Her compassionate support and invaluable advice have been appreciated by all who have been privileged to know Michelle.
“Universities are deeply entwined in the lives of their community, and the history of Dalhousie has been made rich and varied by its people. Dal’s history is shaped by esteemed students, faculty, staff, and alumni – poets, prime ministers, and a Nobel laureate – and by groundbreaking discovery across two centuries of engagements with community.”
President’s Message, A 200th Anniversary Portrait Dalhousie University.
Dr. Richard Florizone, Dalhousie’s 11th President