The university's notable alumni include a Nobel Prize winner, 91 Rhodes Scholars, and a range of senior government officials, academics, and business leaders. It includes the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Architecture and Planning. The 2019 Newsletter is now available in Alumni News! Our alumni are an ever growing source of pride as well as support to the faculty. Toll Free: 1.800.565.9969 Sign up to reconnect with your friends and fellow graduates for free. Check our Events or join us on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter (@DalArchPlan). Previously Professor and Head of the Division of Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University and Professor, Mount Saint Vincent University. Dr. Moses Coady, ’01 – a prominent founder of the Antigonish Movement—a people’s movement for economic and social justice that began in Nova Scotia during the 1920s. Initially attending a one-room school and later King’s College School in Windsor, he graduated from Nova Scotia Normal College in 1959. Through their energy and accomplishments, our alumni have made and continue to make significant contributions in Canada and throughout the world. Charitable Tax Number With around 1 million people, Nova Scotia boasts no less than 10 degree granting universities, the highest concentration of universities Canada has to offer. Email: alumni@dal.ca, Coburg Place Scholar and advocate for social justice. Thank you for your continuing support and interest in the Alumni Association of the Nova Scotia Teachers College. Moderator. These supporters share in our goals, hire our graduates and co-op students, and are very generous with their time and financial support. In 1961 the School of Architecture was established (the first and only program in Atlantic Canada). After teaching for 2 years in the Annapolis Valley, he moved to western Canada and entered the University of Saskatchewan, earning a B.A. DalTech. During the 1990s, TUNS had the following academic units: The provincial government forced TUNS to amalgamate with Dalhousie University in April 1997. Barbara Fris, ’77, Canadian Operatic Soprano, Dr. Anna Isabell Hamilton, the first woman to graduate in medicine from Dalhousie University, Helen MacDougall, the first president of the Nova Scotia Home Economics Association, Will B. Pringle, artist, teacher, principal, author, musician. Aug Today, the TUNS campus is known as the Sexton Campus of Dalhousie University. The regents of Alumni Association of College of Engineering Guindy, as an expression of high esteem, and in recognition of noted professional and social attainment, confer upon P. S. Mani Sundaram this Distinguished Alumnus Award on 23rd March, 2013. Dalhousie Architecture and Planning alumni continue to make significant contributions to design in Canada and throughout the world. Canada B3H 4R2, Contact Us TUNS was officially founded as the Nova Scotia Technical College on 25 April 1907. Chuck Boudreau graduated from the Nova Scotia Teachers College in 1989 from the Junior High, Social Studies Program. 04 Our alumni are an ever growing source of pride as well as support to the faculty. Dal Tech (formerly Technical University of Nova Scotia)CA Alumni.NET enables people to connect using messages, photos, discussion boards, wiki pages, and maps. Friends! Oct Called to Senate in 1966, died in 1971. The Alumni.Net Team would greatly appreciate a link from your web site. The university formally changed its name to "Dalhousie University" in 1997 through provincial legislation, the same legislation that merged the institution with the Technical University of Nova Scotia. © 2020 Alumni Association of the Nova Scotia Teachers College. Notable faculty and alumni ... Annie Isabella Hamilton (1866-1941), the first woman in Nova Scotia to receive an M.D. [2], NSTC started classes in September 1909 in a new building on Spring Garden Road (presently occupied by the Faculty of Architecture and Planning). 08 [2] The resulting Technical Education Act received Royal Assent on April 25, 1907 and established both the Nova Scotia Technical College (NSTC) as well as a system of local technical education/vocational training schools throughout the province. Reunion 2019–Speaker for the Saturday Evening Banquet–Gary Naugler, Keynote Speaker 2019–Chuck Boudreau, Class of ’89. Hon. The 5×7 prints are $5.00 each and the 8×10 prints are $10.00 each, plus postage. 16 It’s purpose is “To administer all scholarships, trusts and awards of the former Nova Scotia Teachers College; solicit money from both private and public sources to maintain and build scholarship, trust and award funds.”, The current Board Members encourage interested NSTC Alumni to submit application …, Apr Internationally acclaimed for his innovative experiments, bold new ideas and creative insights in the field of Education. On 3 June 1980, following 40 years of lobbying, the Government of Nova Scotia changed the name of the institution to the Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS). He received an Honorary Doctorate in Engineering from Technical University of Nova Scotia. Alumni Association College of Engineering- Guindy, Copyrights 2020. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada . Whether networking with graduates, faculty and students, guest lecturing, or taking part in events, they also contribute to the long tradition of excellence established by Nova Scotia Technical College and Technical University of Nova Scotia. Terms of Use In 1978, NSTC was re-named the Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS). A page featuring the Presidents of the Association has just been added. 2018. Find 298 alumni members from Technical University of Nova Scotia in Halifax, NS. In 1982 the School of Computer Science was established. 10 Retrieved 19 February 2010 <, reliable, independent, third-party sources, Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://web.archive.org/web/19980123050130/http://www.tuns.ca/tunshist.html, The Archives of Technical University of Nova Scotia: Administrative History, Fraternities and sororities at Dalhousie University, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Technical_University_of_Nova_Scotia&oldid=954316212, Defunct universities and colleges in Canada, Educational institutions established in 1907, Educational institutions disestablished in 1997, Engineering universities and colleges in Canada, Universities and colleges in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Articles lacking reliable references from July 2015, Pages using infobox university with the image name parameter, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Nova Scotia Technical College (1907–1980), Department of Food Science and Technology, Department of Engineering Physics (final graduating class in 1991), This page was last edited on 1 May 2020, at 20:02. [1], By the early 20th century, Nova Scotia businesses and industries recognized the growing need for technical education in the province, particularly in light of the coal mining and steel manufacturing boom underway in Industrial Cape Breton. Back to Top, Engineering – The Faculty of Engineering Magazine. The college was later named Acadia College. In 1965 the maintenance and construction of buildings was transferred to the NSTC. PO Box 15000 We would be happy to add to it as we become aware of others who should be listed. Initially NSTC offered programs in civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and mining engineering. Distinguished Alumnus in the field of Sign up to reconnect with your friends and fellow graduates for free. He was also the First Vice-Chancellor of Bharathidasan University. Acadia began as an extension of Horton Academy (1828), which was founded in Horton, Nova Scotia, by Baptists from Nova Scotia and Queen's College (1838). We are also fortunate enough to have dedicated friends and supporters of the Faculty of Engineering, some of which are our alumni. A revision to the Nova Scotia Technical College Act in 1963 made the NSTC's Board of Governors responsible for financial affairs. Coordinates The Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS) was a Canadian university located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Whether networking with graduates, faculty and students, guest lecturing, or taking part in events, our alumni and friends contribute to the long tradition of excellence established by Nova Scotia Technical College, Technical University of Nova Scotia, and now, the Faculty of Architecture and Planning at Dalhousie University. uniRank tries to answer this question by publishing the 2020 Nova Scotia University Ranking of 9 recognized Nova Scotia higher-education institutions meeting the following uniRank selection criteria: . 2017, Normal College photos are available. The 5×7 prints are $5.00 …. 27 Tell all your NSNC/NSTC friends- it is going to be a great time!! There are two different pictures, one being of the Normal College, present day, daylight and one night print, during Christmas 2016, with the Christmas lights. 2013, The NSTC Education Foundation is a non-adjudicative board of the Government of NS. Dalhousie University Vijayaraghavan Memorial Scholarship Fund, Institute an Endowment Student Scholarship, Distinguished Alumnus Awards 2020 – Registration Form, AACEG Election Nomination – Notification, Opening & Process. All rights reserved by Alumni Association College of Engineering - Guindy, Chennai, Prof .W.P. Link to Group. The former TUNS campus is now called the Sexton Campus, in honour of Dr. Frederick Sexton, founding principal of the Nova Scotia Technical College.