A Legacy Grows Stronger: Bursary name for Ngena Bernard builds on her spirit of community services.

At this time of year and in the season of giving and sharing, I am particularly proud to share something with you. The following Dal News article reflects an appropriate culmination of our CAUCE conference that we hosted here in the spring.

The efforts of those who “worked” the conference, presented in a session or participated in any way are reflected in this outcome. Your efforts have helped create a legacy that will endure long after the conference is forgotten. The circle that has been created between our Transition Year Program (TYP), the College of Continuing Education, the national continuing education community and a local community group honors the memory of a former TYP student.

Happy holidays everyone. Whatever your holiday tradition, you have already given the gift of the possibility for a brighter future.

Andrew G. (Andy) Cochrane
Dean, College of Continuing Education
Dalhousie University