The exclusive publication of the Faculty of Dentistry
Produced in partnership with MGP, the Alumni Anchor features stories about innovations and news happening inside the Faculty of Dentistry along with the accomplishments of students, staff, and faculty. This publication is a celebration of a tight-knit community of professionals, their ambitions, and their work.
More than 3,500 copies are delivered to alumni, faculty, staff and students across Canada, the U.S.A. and abroad.
90% of the alumni live in Canada; 69% of those are in Atlantic Canada. Of the remainder, 4% live in the U.S.A. and 2% live internationally.
The magazine is distributed by mail and posted to dal.ca/dentistry.
The exclusive publication for Dalhousie University
Dal Magazine is the #1 source of information about the university’s students, alumni and faculty. With three issues published annually in February, May and October, 95,000 copies of the magazine are distributed to alumni, government officials, friends of the university, and campus departments.
47% of readers are male and 53% of readers are female.
69.4% of readers say the magazine strengthens their connection to the university.
90.5% of readers live in Canada, 4.3% reside in the U.S.A. and 5% live internationally.
The exclusive publication of the Faculty of Medicine
The DMAA brings medical alumni, faculty, and students together, building relationships and continuing to build upon the exemplary tradition of support the association has had in the past.
To do that, DMAA produces the bi-annual publication VoxMeDAL which enhances the excellence and prestige of the Dalhousie Medical School by recognizing the accomplishments of alumni, faculty and students. It is distributed by mail twice annually, and posted to alumni.medicine.dal.ca.
Nearly 50% of alumni still live and practice in Atlantic Canada: 65% are in Nova Scotia specifically. Of the remainder, 2,000 live in the rest of Canada, 840 in the U.S.A. and 200 live abroad.
VoxMeDAL is an attractive product which most readers are proud to display in their homes and offices.
6,450 copies are distributed to medical alumni in Canada, the U.S.A. and abroad.
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