The September/October issue of News You Can Use is available here.
On Wednesday, September 26, we launched our Public Speaker Series in Truro. The first session, co-sponsored by the DFA and the Colchester East Hants Public Library, featured Joye Sears, RVT, BScH, an Instructor from Dalhousie's Department of Animal Science and Aquaculture. Her casual and informative talk on Pet Food: The Myths & The Facts gave the audience lots of "food for thought" regarding pet nutrition.
The next session will take place in Halifax November 27. Jason Brown, Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, will present Math & Music: Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!. Jason and a live band will perform at this presentation, brought to you by the DFA and the Halifax Public Library. Please join us for a great evening.
DFA's Public Speaker Series is an opportunity for our members to share with the community their research and areas of expertise. Presentations are bi-monthly, alternating between Truro and Halifax.
Tuition fee hikes and cuts to faculty budgets are not a financial necessity. They are a choice by the administration to direct money towards capital expenses and increasing non-academic costs. Click here for the updated review of Dalhousie's finances from 2002-2017. (verifed by a forensic accountant).
Submit Your Health Claims via Mobile App
As a Medavie Blue Cross subscriber, you are now able to submit health claims via a mobile app. Details available at https://www.medaviebc.ca/en/members/medavie-mobile.