File contains a promotional button and t-shirt that read: "Dalhousie University / College of / Sustainability / Halifax / Est. 2008." The t-shirt is green with white text and the button is white with green text. The file also contains posters for the Fall 2018 and Winter 2018 Environment, Sustainability & Society lecture series.
Item is a list of lab teaching assistants for BIOL 2030 at Dalhousie University in Fall 2018, including names, photographs, and contact information. The reverse side contains an abstract for a research project in BIOL 2030.
Item is a lapel pin like those given to Dalhousie University graduates in 2018. The pin is made of gold-colured metal with black enamel details. The pin is square, featuring the 1818-2018 logo, the Dalhousie crest, and the word "alumni." The pin is held in a white velvet bag.
File contains a copy of A 200th Anniversary Portrait: Dalhousie University; a holiday greeting card like those sent to Annual Fund donors in 2018; a metal and enamel lapel pin like those given to Dalhousie University graduates in 2018 in a white velvet bag; and a booklet titled Ignite: Dal's Third Century.
File includes a blue button-up cotton shirt embroidered with the logo of Dalhousie University Facilities Management, signed by facilities management staff members; and a copy of Facilities Management : year in review, 2012-2013 (18 pages).
Item is a ball-point pen made of silver-coloured metal with a black rubber grip. A logo with the word "SABIC" is printed on the side. The pen was a gift from the Saudi Bureau to Dalhousie University during their scholarship program.
Item is a lapel pin with the logo of the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldier Initiative. The pin is shaped like a banner with a white bird on a blue background, with a dark teal border along the bottom. The pin is attached to a sheet of card stock with a description written by Dustin Johnson, Research Officer.
File contains a list of PhD theses successfully defended at Dalhousie University in 2018. The file also contains a letter to the Dalhousie community from Marty Leonard, Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Item is a pewter picture stand like those given to people who supported interprofessional education at the Dalhousie University Faculty of Health Professions. The stand consists of a wire support connected to a pewter base with a depiction of the Collaborative Health Education Building and the Dalhousie University crest on either side of the words "IPE Champion."
Collection contains materials submitted by university departments and individuals for inclusion in a time capsule to be buried on Dalhousie University's Studley Campus to mark Dalhousie's bicentennial celebrations.