Come on out and see what the Medical Sciences Society is all about! There will be descriptions about every executive position in MSSDU and you will be able to run for positions and/or vote your fellow Medical Sciences colleagues in! Food will be provided as well so come on out and have a say for your future council.
***Open to ALL Dalhousie Students***
Join us on March 24th at The Westin Nova Scotian for the annual MSSDU Year End Gala. Prepare for a fun night of dancing, friends, food, cash bar, and awards. This is one event you do not want to miss! EARLY BIRD TICKETS will be on sale starting on February 12th ($20 for a ticket to Gala, $25 for a ticket to Gala including a ticket to Pacifico following Gala). Ticket prices will be increased by $5 starting March 12th. We hope to see you there!
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***Pacifico tickets include Pacifico Cover and 2 FREE drinks***
The Medical Humanities Event will be held on Thursday, March 8 from 5pm-7pm in the SUB Council Chambers. The event will be comprised of three lectures from professors in three different humanities disciplines: Dr. Ian Stewart, History; Dr. Marika Warren, Bioethics; and Dr. Robert Huish, Global Health. Following the presentations, a panel discussion will take place, including both predetermined questions and questions accepted from the audience. A small reception with light snacks and beverages will follow. All are welcome.
Join DAMS for a discussion forum on March 7th at 6pm in the 5th floor biology lounge of the LSC building.
Andrew Fenton and Letitia Meynell, two philosophy and ethics professor at Dalhousie will be joining the group for insight on Bill S-203.
Bill S-203 if passed, would ban the import, export, breeding and detainment of cetaceans within Canada. The bill is currently sitting in the senate. We need more folks to get involved to push this bill through.
Come with questions and comments to help us figure out a way the Dal student body can get involved to help!
Letitia and Andrew will also be talking about a possible whale sanctuary that may be built off the NS coast!!
Refreshment and snacks will be provided! Will try to keep it vegan!
***PIZZA WILL BE PROVIDED***
You asked for it and we are delivering!
Come out to MedSci's first Ask a 4th Year event!
Do you have questions about MedSci Courses? Humanities Electives? Volunteering Opportunities and Extracurriculars? Lab work and grant applications? The MCAT/DAT? Medical/Dental School admissions process? Well you're in luck! 4th years on the MedSci society will be answering these questions and anything else you would like to ask. The event will be classic Q/A session, with a panel to answer your questions (As well as any 4th years who wish to come to the event to give their advice), with PIZZA as well as a mingle session at the end for one on one questions.
We hope to see you there :D
"Are you new to volunteering with the Ecology Action Centre? Have you been around for a while, but want to find out more about how to get involved?
Join us for a Volunteer Orientation session! It's a great way to learn more about the EAC, meet fellow volunteers and volunteer leaders, and learn about the various projects and campaigns you could get involved with.
The orientation will include a tour of the building, a presentation about the EAC, and a chance to interact with volunteer leaders to ask questions and sign up for volunteer opportunities."
Additional Details: RSVP: https://ecologyaction.ca/event/eac-101-volunteer-orientation-night
Contact: Joanna Bull - email@example.com
DAMS is selling baked goods to raise money for the charities that we are supporting this year (Blue Beach Fossil Museum, Canadian Sea Turtle Network, Fisherman and Scientists Research Society, Marine Animal Response Society, and Sackville Rivers Association)! All goodies are by donation, so please come say hi!
Come out for a fun Friday night after a huge midterm week! The jingle mingle will be a potluck with food, friends and Michael Buble (his Christmas album) held in the Tupper Link. After, the Pacifico night will be a fundraiser for our Gala. Tickets are $10/cover and two drinks. Come out and start your weekend right!
The Marine Affairs Program will host an information session on Thursday November 2 from 3:30 to 5:00 PM in Killam Library, Room 2600. The purpose of this session is to provide students with a possible career choice that would be based on the Master of Marine Management degree program.
Students can register directly at http://www.dal.ca/MMMinfosession
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Join whale, dolphin, seal, and polar bear experts in an evening celebrating Canada's ocean mammals! Listen to stories from those who have dedicated their lives to these amazing animals! The evening will end with The Greath Marine Mammal Trivia Event!
Location: Scotiabank Centre - Entry via 1800 Argyle Street
FREE to public, refreshments available
Come shake off the week with this fun colour-run-meets-dodgeball extravaganza. We will meet by the flag poles in the quad at 6pm where flour filled stockings will be handed out. From there we will play a few rounds of capture the flag, tag, and whatever else our student life director can come up with. Wear dark-ish clothes, decent running shoes and be prepared to get a little messy.
If you are not athletically-inclined, don't stress, every good capture the flag team needs a strategist and some dedicated flag guards, so just come and do what you are comfortable with. Non-science friends are more than welcome!
Location: Dal Quad.
If you have any questions, or if there is anything we can do to make this event more accessible for you, shoot us an email at email@example.com.
Welcome back science students! After a relaxing summer we are ready to kick off the school year with our fall AGM. The meeting will be held Monday, September 11th, at 7:00 PM on the 2nd floor of the Student Union Building (in the council chambers... you'll see it!). Click here to see the full meeting agenda, but some highlights include electing a first year rep, DISP rep, and environmental affairs rep, as well as appointing a bunch of committee chairs, passing a budget, and discussing some constitutional amendments. Phew, that's a lot! Fortunately, Melanie (our director of student life!) has us equipped with lots and lots of snacks (and let's be honest, the best way to judge a society is based on the snacks!)
This meeting is open to all science students (you all are members of the society since you pay the science society fee as part of tuition). Everyone has the right to speak and vote at this meeting.
If you are interested in running for one of the representative or committee chair positions you will be asked to give a short (1 minute) speech about why you're interested in the position and what experience you have (if any) in similar positions. You can find more information about the various positions in our constitution. If you have any questions at all about the process or what you should be saying or anything, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll help you out. We are really excited and open to students getting involved and would love to support you in any way possible!
It's party time my friends. Now that most of you are back in Halifax for a while, the DSS would like to invite you to come to our Winter Gala on January 19th 2017 from 7:30-10:30pm at the Atlantica Hotel.
Come enjoy some hors d'oeuvres, and the venues famous potini (mashed potato bar), while listening to some good music, dancing, and putting down some money at the silent auction.
Tickets for this event are only 10$, and can be bought by cash from any of your DSS executives during office hours, from myself at any time (email@example.com), or using the following link on pay pal: