- Dal’s latest Rhodes Scholar: A conversation with Sierra Sparks Thu, Mar 18, 2021
In the relaunch of our podcast, we bring you an interview with Dal’s latest Rhodes Scholar, Sierra Sparks. Engineering student Sierra talks about her hard work getting the scholarship, leadership that inspires women and changing the world. We’ve also changed our name to “Behind the Story” and we’ll be uploading this to our Youtube channel to include captioning.
- Ep 001 – 10 Years of Impact Tue, Feb 23, 2021
In this first episode of our Children, Peace and Security Podcast, we started by looking at what we, the Dallaire Institute for Children, Peace and Security, have done over our first 10 years as an organization, to help end the recruitment and use of children in violence.
Our founder, General Romeo Dallaire and the Dallaire Institute’s Executive Director Dr Shelly Whitman spoke about the early days of the organization, the challenges and what they have achieved in the last 10yrs.
We were also fortunate to have South Sudanese Youth Advocate Anyieth Makuei Anyieth join us, to speak about his experience being used by an armed group at age 11.
- Trailer Tue, Feb 23, 2021
Trailer for the Dallaire Institute for Children, Peace and Security podcast.
- 怎么样算是公正的报道？ Thu, Jan 21, 2021
- 我可不可以匿名？ Thu, Jan 14, 2021
- The Coastal City Sun, Jan 10, 2021
Mary made the decision to come to Halifax when she was attending a university exhibition in Dubai. She is originally from the Philippines and is now studying engineering student at Dalhousie. We had a fun discussion about her journey and expectation of coming to Halifax. This episode ends with a song written by Mary.
- Sciographies – Bonus Episode – Kathryn Sullivan, Oceanographer & Astronaut Thu, Jan 07, 2021
In October 2020, Sciographies host David Barclay teamed up with the Open Dialogue Live series to interview Dalhousie alum Kathryn Sullivan (PhD’78, LLD’85) on Facebook Live. Dr. Sullivan is a former NASA astronaut and was the first American woman to complete a spacewalk in 1984. She made history again earlier this year when she became the first woman to travel down to Challenger Deep, the deepest known point of the ocean.
If you missed the livestreamed event back in October, tune in now. Dr. Barclay and Dr. Sullivan discuss her early life and career, as well as her incredible journeys to space and the depths of the ocean. Dr. Sullivan also takes questions from the audience.
Sciographies is brought to you by Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Science and campus-community radio station CKDU 88.1 FM in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Open Dialogue Live is brought to you by Dalhousie’s Office of Advancement.
- Just go with the flow Sun, Dec 20, 2020
Yentle Yan Lee has three legal names and speaks three languages: Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. came to Halifax as a transfer student in 2014 has stayed in Halifax since. This is Yentle’s story of living in Halifax.
- I would come back in a heartbeat Thu, Dec 10, 2020
- Everybody has to buy in Thu, Dec 03, 2020
In this episode, Amy talks about how she landed in Nova Scotia and her passion for international education.