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Nova Scotia scholarships aim to retain local graduate students

More than 100 graduate students at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, have received scholarships from the provincial government to encourage them to continue their studies in the province.

Recipients were selected based on their research potential, academic standing, and the link between their research and Nova Scotia’s priority areas such as health and wellness, oceans and marine technology, information and communications technology, and life sciences.

"These scholarships help support graduate students who are committed to continuing their education and research here in Nova Scotia," said labour and advanced education minister Kelly Regan. "Not only will these scholarships help more students and young people build a life and career here in Nova Scotia, they will also help boost our economy as research turns into new products and more opportunities."

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