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Meet Brealyn; Our Community Engagement Summer Student

August 28, 2018 in:

Hi, I’m Brealyn. I’m from the East Coast, but moved to Cold Lake two years ago with my spouse. I’ve spent the last 5 years in school working on my undergrad in psychology and now towards my community of social work diploma. I am excited to finally say that I am starting my final year…

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Bryce Odell – LCFASD Research Assistant

August 22, 2018 in:

Hi, I’m Bryce and I was born and raised in Cold Lake. I just finished a Bachelors of Science degree at MacEwan University with a Major in Psychology and a Minor in Biology. I will be starting a Master’s of Educational Psychology degree at the University of Alberta this fall. This summer, like the past…

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