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Kin student wins national award to study MS
From Canada to Norway and back again
Valérie Bertrand’s life has taken a few unexpected turns but she likes it that way. Her latest adventure will see her graduating with a masters in physical education (MPE) this month, which she’s completed through distance education with the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation all the way from Norway.
Dr. Scott MacKinnon and Dr. Brian Veitch have developed simulator technologies and collaborative virtual environments to to improve safety of life at sea. Watch the story on CBC news: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7by1YBAk9IU
Third year kinesiology student Olivia Manning has won a national award with the MS Society of Canada. It’s a summer studentship award of $5,000 working with Dr. Michelle Ploughman from the Faculty of Medicine.
High praise for student worker
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